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How wonderful are islands ! Islands in space, like this 
one I have come to . • . An island from the world 
and the world's life. Islands in time . . . The past 
and the future are cut off: only the present remains. 
Existence in the present gives island living an ex- 
treme vividness and purity. One lives like a child or 
a saint in the immediacy of here and now. Every day, 
every act, is an island, washed by time and space, and 
has an island's completion. People, too, become like 
islands in such an atmosphere, self-contained, whole 
and serene; respecting other people's solitude, not 
intruding on their shores, standing back in reverence 
before the miracle of another individual. "No man is 
an island," said John Donne. I feel we are all islands 
— in a common sea. 

— Anne Morrow Lindbergh 
Gift From the Sea 
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Eleanor Dye, Editor 
Barbara Hughes, Associate Editor 



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Island living — this is a theme which most appropriately describes our Gulf 
Park. Gulf Park has been an island in our lives, an island set apart from 
any previous experience — an island of new friendships, new patterns of 
living, new relationships, new responsibilities, and intensified activities. 
All this has been brought about by a simplification of life. 




Just as the tide slowly returns to the beach of our island, we slowly learned 
the benefits of island living and came to know and appreciate them. No 
sooner does the tide reach its height, however, than it must return to the 
sea. We must leave our island also, but, as the tide leaves its shells, we take 



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In September of 1921 when Gulf Park College opened her doors to the first students, Captain 
Edmond De Jaive was among the faculty members. Before coming to Gulf Park, Captain De Jaive 
received a Bachilier-es-Lettres degree from the College Rachez, continued his studies at the Sorbonne 
and College de France in Paris, was Literature Critic at the Universite des Annales in Paris, and 
traveled extensively in Europe. Central and South America. Africa, and the Orient. He received his 
title of "Captain." the name by which he is affectionately known to the students and faculty, while 
serving in the French army in World War I. While here, he was conferred with the honor of Officier 
d' Academie, the first degree of an honorary university order created by Napoleon I in 1808. Several 
years later in 1933 he was given the decoration and diploma of Officier de 1' Instruccion Publique, the 
second and highest award of that same order. These are only given to a limited number of persons who 
are outstanding in the fields of art and literature, and were presented to Captain De Jaive in recogni- 
tion of the work accomplished by him in the Department of French at Gulf Park College, for his 
activities as president of a chapter of the National Association of Teachers of French, and for his 
active support of that organization. He was national vice president of that body in 1934-35 and national 
president in 1935-36. He has presented papers before the Foreign Modern Language Association of the 
Southern Association, and has written several treatises, one of them on Spanish verbs. Captain De 
Jaive continues to contribute articles to The French Review, published by the National Association of 
Teachers of French. He possesses a speaking knowledge of several languages besides his own native 
French, among them are English, German, Italian. Portuguese, and Spanish. All of these accom- 
plishments have been in addition to the teaching of French. Spanish, and German, and his duties as 
a member of the faculty of Gulf Park College. 

Because he has contributed so much of his time, experience, and efforts to Gulf Park, 
Because he has contributed so much to the education and inspiration of her students, 
Because he is outstanding in his chosen field of study. 
Because he is the only original member of the faculty remaining, 
Because he has given thirty-six years of loyal service to Gulf Park College, 

We, the annual staff, are honored to dedicate the 1957 Sea Gull to Captain Edmond De Jaive in 
the year of his retirement. 



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The school year of 1956-57 has been recorded pictorially and verbally on the pages of 
the Sea Gull. As you glance through this issue of the yearbook, you will be reminded 
of the diversified activities found on the Gulf Park campus. A closer inspection will 
reveal the persons and personalities associated with a few or many of the activities. 
Repeating itself as a theme will be seen the familiar surroundings which furnish the 
unique setting for these people and these events. We hope that this record will always 
remind you of the ideals of Gulf Park: earning a knowledge which makes for wisdom, 
and the opportunity for associations with different personalities and with people from 
the various geographic areas of this country and from some of those to the south. 

Our hope, which determines our policy, is that this wisdom and the benefit of these 
associations will make for each of you a more successful adjustment to the demands of 
life which you find about you now and with which you will be confronted in the future. 
If you are a happier person because of your varied experiences on the Gulf Park cam- 
pus, then we both shall know that your efforts and our efforts have been worthwhile. 




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Teas and dinners for all the classes at his home . . . "Will there he any announcements 
this morning?" . . . Witty humor . . . His firm political heliefs . . . The third tahle on 
the left at meals . . . Driftwood and progressive jazz . . . Giving his advice at Student 
Council meetings . . . Enjoying good books, speedboating, and woodworking . . . "Be 
fair to yourself." . . . Always encouraging us toward further goals and achievements. 



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l^Morning!"^ . . Can be seen hurrying across the campus at almost any 
hour . . . "There will be a special bus to the New Orleans airport!" . . . His 
office is the busiest place on campus . . . "Hello, there!" to everyone he 
meets . . . Planning the many trips we take . . . "Those azaleas are lovely !" 
. . . Taking a keen interest in everything that goes on around campus. 



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"Be content with your surroundings but not with youself till you have made 

the most of them." 

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Always knowing what to do in an emergency . . . "Have you checked the 
schedule of events, dear?" ... A mink stole for Christmas from her favorite 
son . . . "Why don't you Seniors date those nice Pensacola boys?" . . . Her 
favorite aqua outfit . . . "Anyone for bridge?" . . . Willingly gives of her 
time and efforts to anyone in need of them. 



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'The easiest way not to fail is to determine to succeed." 

— Sheridan. 



His Mississippi drawl . . . "Will everyone on the bi-weekly please see me 
sometime today." . . . His Phi Delt pin . . . Pipe dreams in the Ivy League 
manner . . . Urging his physiology students to greater knowledge of the cat 
. . . Honorary sponsor of Phi Theta Kappa . . . His office, always filled with 
people needing the help or advice which he can so ably give. 




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First Row: 

Dorothy Fay Akcher The Dance 

Jeannette Brock Secretarial Science 

Second Row : 

Richard F. Campbell Social Sciences 

Lucille Crighton. .Director of English Department 

Third Row: 

Edmond De Jaive. .Director of Romance Language 

Department 

Josephine Earnest Piano 

Fourth Row : 

Anna Mae Helton Speech, English 

William Huckabay. .Director of Music Department 

Fifth Row : 

Egon de Kamarasy Social Sciences 

Marjorie Kircher. . . .Director of Art Department 




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First Row: 

Dorothy Milden Librarian 

Jane E. Morrison Physical Education 

Josephine Neri Voice 

Marjorie Norsworthy Piano 

Second Row : 

Christine Northrop Art 

Helen A. Picking Director of Speech and Theatre Arts 

Sarah C. Pinckney Spanish, French 

Cecil Schaefer Ramsay Director of Home Economics 

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Gabrielle L. Rowe French 

Ruth J. Schreiber English 

Bonnie Sharp Director of Physical Education, Riding 

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Joan Anderson Smith W ater Sports 

Patricia Knight Stone Home Economics 

Edwin W. Webber Social Sciences 



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First Row: 

Mrs. Helen M. Baker Nurse 

Mrs. Lucile M. Briscoe Hostess 

Second Row : 

Mrs. Ruth S. Carrington Hostess 

Mrs. Chlotilde Cole House Supervisor 

Third Row: 

Mrs. Elizabeth Ellis Hostess 

Mrs. Jean S. Forster Hostess 

Fourth Row : 

Mrs. Mary H. Reed Hostess 

Mrs. Elizabeth Roter . Head Hostess of Hardy Hall 

Fifth Row: « j^o - f?6 

Mrs. Sara Spindler Sponsor of Y-Hut 

Mrs. Exna Throgmorton Head Hostess of 

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First Row: 

Mrs. Willie Allen Brown Bursar 

Mrs. Josephine Buntin . .. .Manager of Bookstore 

Second Row : 

Mrs. Linda Dean . . . .Secretary to Academic Dean 
Mrs. Lois Ferrell. . .Secretary to Dean of Students 

l*^~" ^ RS ' Colleen Franco Secretary to Registrar 

Mrs. Lucille Haugen. .Secretary to Vice-President 

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Mrs. Amelia Lumpkin Secretary to President 

Miss Esther Rowell Secretary to, Registrar 

Fifth Row: 

Miss Kate Wetherbee Registrar 

Mrs. Janie Libby Hostess 






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As Seniors, one of our most cherished memories will be that of our serenades around 
the fountain and the songs we sang ... As we raise our voices here within these sacred 
halls, we hear echoes of the past around us . . . From the tables in the smoker to the halls 
where Seniors dwell to the dear old Little Man's we love so well ... To Gulf Park, as 
one voice, we blend a song . . . Sea breeze, green trees, hallowed halls we love them all 
. . . Seniors, while we're here let us never fear what the future may bring . . . From these 
hallowed halls of Gulf Park we your Seniors sing . . . 

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Oh, we love the halls of Gulf Park that surround us here today and we will not forget, 
though we be far far away . . . Gulf Park, we lift our hearts to you in glory, honor, and 
praise . . . Friendship, like music, drifts across the waters to fill our lives with notes of 
harmony . . . We commit, our Alma Mater, our hearts and lives to thee . . . Remember 
the times we've had here ; remember when you're away . . . When you come to the end 
of a perfect year . . . Oh. come let us sing you our song of departure as waves meet the 
shore must return to the sea . , . 



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OFFICERS 

KAY CLEFF 
President 

JOSETTE MAKOWSKY 
Vice President 

SUE HENCKE 
Secretary 

MARY LEA LOXLEY 

Treasurer 

MISS BONNIE SHARP 

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"We are the Seniors of Gulf Park" . . . 
Outstanding in our "white ducks," sweat shirts 
and beloved sailor caps . . . Memories of 
Senior Smoker, our massive oak, trips to „• 
"Huek" and "Ship" . . . The tranquil beach 
.... Increasing our knowledge with each 
experience ... A unit attained through un- 
derstanding and friendship . . . Miss Sharp 
— the force to calm our storms . . . Our sen- 
ior year — the Intangible Whole as only the 
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ANNA LAKE ADAMS . . . Minneapolis, Minn. . . . "Aimer" . . . Delta Chi: A.A., 
Board; Bit and Spur; Bulletin Board Committee, Chairman; Samovar; Secretarial 
Science; Welcoming Committee; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Back home in Colombia" . . . Stuffed 
alligators . . . "Anner, the bananner" . . . Feeding cold coffee to the caballos. 

CLARE ADAMS . . . Nashville, Term. . . . Sigma Psi: A. A.; Jet Maskers; Practical 
Arts; Sea Gull, Staff; Secretarial Science; Social Committee; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Paint me 
a sussie" . . . Clarabelle . . . "It's song time; now follow me — Does your spearmint lose 
its flavor?" . . . "Well. I've never!" . . . May Court. 

MARY ANN ALLSBROOK . . . Johnson City. Tenn. . . . Sigma Psi; Bit and Spur; 
Dance League: Romance Language; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Let me ride Copper today" . . . Her 
many dates ... "I have to talk to Mr. Webber about my history." 



PATRICIA JOAN ALSOP . . . Vincennes. Ind "Pat" . . . Sigma Psi; A.A.; Dress 

Regulations Committee: Hostess Committee; Jet Maskers: Phi Theta Kappa, Vice-Pres- 
ident; Romance Language; Sea Gull. Business Manager: Student Council, Pres- 
ident; Welcoming Committee. Chairman: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet . . . "Hi! how are ya?" . . . 
Our history teacher . . . "My gosh, it's aqua!" . . . May Court . . . Miss Gulf Park. 




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LUCY EVELYN BARBER . . . Biloxi, Miss. . . . 
Sigma Psi; Coast Club. President: Jet Maskers, 
President; Tammy Howl, Business Manager . . . 
"I'm a sensitive child" . . . Personality and talent 
. . . Her wonderful speeches for chapel programs 
. . . May Court. 

JANE CAROLYN BARROW . . . Oklahoma City. 
Okla. . . . "Bare" . . . Delta Chi; A.A.. Vice- 
President; Jet Maskers: Secretarial Science: Social 
Committee; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Well, maybe I am 
emotional" . . . "Rink Rink" . . . Bugs on the 
books . . . "Oh. the Dean upsets me so." 

BETTY AUDREY BRINER . . . Albuquerque. New 
Mexico . . . Delta Chi; Practical Arts; Secretarial 
Science; Tammy Howl. Staff: Y.W.C.A. . . . "Why 



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does everybody always copy my work?" . . . Cro- 
cheting another square for her bedspread ... "I 
only packed six weeks early." 

CAROLYN PATRICIA BROWN . . . Jackson, 
Term. . . . "Pat" . . . Sigma Psi; Glee Club. Pres- 
ident; Jet Maskers; Phi Theta Kappa, Historian; 
Practical Arts; Romance Language, President; So- 
cial Committee; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Let me sit at Miss 
Neri's table" . . . Coming into the smoker with 
an armload of music . . . "I'm getting absolutely 
nothing out of that class." 







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NANCY RUTH BROWN . . . Decatur. Ill "Nanci" . . . Sigma Psi; A.A.; Bit and 

Spur; jet Maskers: Y.W.C.A. . . . "Just a tad" . . . Packing and unpacking suitcases . . . 
"But wait, I have to go to New Orleans this weekend." 

SAMMA LOUISE BROWN . . . Greeneville, Tenn. . . . Delta Alpha; A.A.; Bit and 
Spur; Dance League; Dress Regulations Committee; Hostess Committee; Jet Maskers; 
Practical Arts; Samovar; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Lost my ear jiggers today" . . . Queens' loss 
was Gulf Park's gain ... "I didn't get one drop of sun." 

BARBARA RUTH BROWNE . . . Quincy, III Delta Chi. President; A.A.; Dining 

Room Committee; Practical Arts; Tammy Howl, Literary Editor; Welcoming Com- 
mittee; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet . . . "My room is wonderful" . . . "Clonk Glong" . . . Tusca- 
loosa Tilly . . . "You've hurt Herman's feelings" . . . May Court. 



NANCY KITH BROWN 



BARBARA REAVES CAMPBELL . . . Biloxi, Miss. . . . Sigma Psi; Coast Club . 
"Is it, or is it not nurdy?" . . . Came to Gulf Park from Hollins. \gy 



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SUSAN ELAINE CAMPBELL . . . Boise, Idaho 
. . . Sigma Psi; A. A.; Secretarial Science; 
Y.vV.C.A. . . . "Just a little bit of heaven" . 
Hoooney ... "I came here for the social life." 

KAY ANITA CLEFF . . . Lawrenceville, 111. . . . , 
Delta Alpha; Senior Class President; A.A. ; Jet 
Maskers; Judiciary Board; Phi Theta Kappa; Ro- 
mance Language: Student Council, Senior Repre- 
sentative; Welcoming Committee . . . "If anyone 
asks me that again I think I'll scream" . . . Quiet 
voice in the smoker after twelve . . . "Let's go, 
Seniors!" . . . Most Versatile. 

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and Spur: Bulletin Board Committee; Jet Maskers; 
Phi Theta Kappa. Treasurer; Romance Language: 
Samovar; Sea Gull, Editor; Y.W.C.A. . . . "It's 
ghastly" . . . Always working on the Sea Gull 
. . . "I'm so excited I can't stand it" . . . Most 
Intellectual. 

BETTYE BRANKS EDGIL . . . Decatur, Ala. . . . 
"Edge Girl" . . . Delta Alpha; Bit and Spur, Sec- 
retary; Student Council, Vice-President; Tammy 
Howl, Sports Editor; Welcoming Committee; 
Y.W.C.A. . . . "I've got my eye on you" . . . 
Agamemnon . . . Willing plunge into the Senior 
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ELSA MARIA ENDARA . . . Panama. Republic of Panama . . . Delta Alpha, Sec- 
retary; A. A.; Dress Regulations Committee; Practical Arts; Samovar, Secretary; 



Secretarial Science, President; Welcoming Committee; Y.W.C.A. 



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my siesta" . . . Cha-cha-cha . . . Plans every day according to schedule ... "I 
try to be real quiet" . . . May Court. 

JOANNE LOUISE GENT . . . Alton, 111. . . . Delta Alpha; A.A.; Jet Maskers: 
Secretarial Science; Tammy Howl, Staff; Y.W.C.A. ... "I may be wrong but I think 
I'm wonderful" . . . "You know I'm beautiful" . . . Holding record concerts in her 
room. 

SANDRA I. GILTNER . . . Creston, Iowa . . . "Sandie" . . . Delta Chi; A.A.; 
Dance League; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts; Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A. . . . 
"Well, kid, I don't know" . . . Those eleven-thirty baths . . . "I've got to get some 
new clothes to go to San Antonio" . . . "Some Enchanted Evening." 

BETTY JEAN GLENN . . . Gastonia, N.C. . . . Delta Chi; A.A.; Dance League; 
Jet Maskers; Romance Language; Sea Gull. Club Editor; Social Committee; 
Y.W.C.A. . . . "The Gastonia Gazette has an interesting point" . . . Bon Bon dishes 
for wedding presents . . . "Only eighteen dollars until spring vacation." 



ELSA MAKIA ENDARA 



JOANNE LOUISE GENT 



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Alpha; Romance Language; Secretarial Science;' 
Y.W.C.A. . . . "Somebody get me a coke" ... "I 
haven't even read the chapter" . . . "Make me 
write a letter today." 

BARBARA SUZANNE HENCKE . . . Kirkwood, 
Mo. . . . "Hunke" . . . Sigma Psi; Senior Class 
Secretary; A. A.; Jet Maskers; Romance Language. 
French Vice-President; Y.W.C.A. . . . "That's fat- 
tening" . . . Drinking prune juice every night . . 
"I can't stand my hair one way more than two days" 
. . . May Court. 

HILDA EVELYN HILL . . . Ardmore, Okla. . . . 
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tions Committee; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts. Pro- 
gram Chairman; Samovar; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Very, 
very" . . . Mental telepathy to get Bob here . . . 
"I spend half my life in Miss Ramsay's room." 



CAROLYN ANNE HOWARD . . . Kirkwood. Mo. 
. . . Delta Chi; A.A.; Bit and Spur; Jet Maskers; 
Samovar; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Hi. beautiful" . . . "I've 
gotta call my mother tonight" . . . Big Blondie 
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SARA JANE HUFFMAN . . . Dallas, Texas . . . "The Pony" . . . Sigma Psi; 
A.A.; Y.W.C.A. . . . "I've gotta have a coke'" .... "Volpone" . . . Her lilting scream 
"Room!" . . . Prissy . . . "That poor child: she hasn't got a chance." 

BARBARA HUGHES . . . Sumter. S.C. . . . Sigma Psi; A. A.; Dance League; 
Hostess Committee, Chairman; Jet Maskers; Judiciary Board; Phi Theta Kappa. 
President: Romance Language. Treasurer; Sea Gull, Associate Editor; Welcoming 
Committee; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet . . . "Haven't been to a town concert yet" . . . "Will 
you, huh, mommy?" . . . You'll never get to first base . . . May Court . . . Most 
Capable. 



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MOR1E ELIZABETH JOHNSTON . . . Henning, Tenn. . . . Sigma Psi; A. A.; Prac- 
tical Arts; Romance Language; Social Committee: Y.W.C.A. . . . "What do those 
disgusting scales read today?" ... "I believe I'll sign out for dinner" . . . "Please 
come try this." 






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ALICE JONES . . . Gulfport. Miss. . . . Delta Chi; Coast Club. Vice-President . . . 
"Let me tell you about" . . . Her wonderful Southern accent ... A familiar figure 
in the Y-Hut. 






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ANN LEONARD . . . Springfield, 111. . . . "Leo- 
nard" . . . Sigma Psi; A. A.; Dress Regulations 
Committee; Jet Maskers; Romance Language; Wel- 
coming Committee; Y.W.C.A. ... A million trips 
to the coke machine . . . "Help me, ladies!" . . . 
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MARY LEA LOXLEY . . . Beardstown, 111. . . . 
Delta Alpha; Senior Class Treasurer; A. A.; Secre- 
tarial Science; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Bring me your 
money; don't make me come after it" . . . The 
general store, supplying the Seniors with anything 
they ask for ... "I was only trying to help." 



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. . Pomfret Center, Conn. 
. . . "Josie" . . . Sigma Psi; Senior Class Vice- 
President; A.A., President: Romance Language; 
Sea Gull, Sports Editor; Secretarial Science; So- 
cial Committee; Welcoming Committee; Y.W.C.A. 




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MARILYN MARRS . . . Fort Smith, Ark. . . . 
"Marrs" . . . Sigma Psi, President; A. A.; Glee 
Club, Treasurer; Hostess Committee; Jet Maskers; 
Judiciary Board, Secretary; Phi Theta Kappa. 
Chaplain; Romance Language; Secretarial Science; 
Social Committee; Tammy Howl, Music Editor; 
Welcoming Committee; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet . . . 
"The Weaver" . . . The Little Foxes — "I hope you 
die" . . . "Help me, room" . . . May Court . . . 
Most Talented. 




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SUSAN E. MEFFERT ... St Louis, Mo 






"Meffert" . . . Sigma 



Psi; A. A.. 



Board; Bit and Spur. President; Dining Room Committee; Welcoming Committee;' 

Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Vice-President . . . "Everybody's picking on me" . . . "Do you,'? 

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swear; 



Just changed her clothes and headed for the stables . . . "Who wants 



to go to Huck this weekend 



?" 



Most Athletic. 



JUDITH MAE MONTALDO ... New Orleans. La. . . . "Judy" . . . Delta Alpha. 
Treasurer; Aquettes, President; A. A., Board; Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A. ... "I 
tend to disbelieve" . . . "Surely you aren't human" . . . Carrying on ten conversa- 
tions at once . . . "Ro Ro, you're my only friend" . . . "Isn't that wonderful" . . . 
Most Popular. 



JEANNINE MONTE . . . New Orleans. La. . . . "Jeanie" . . . Sigma Psi. Treas- 
urer; A. A.; Bit and Spur, Treasurer; Dance League; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts. 
Treasurer; Secretarial Science; Social Committee; Welcoming Committee; Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet . . . "I'm here, you lucky thing" . . . Innumerable excuses for going home 
. . . "Let's go to bed early tonight for a change" . . . "We're the school; we're 
everything." 



STJSAN B. MEFFERT 




SARA JO MORRIS . . . Kansas City, Mo. . . . Sigma Psi; Jet Maskers; Romance 
Language; Social Committee; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Are you going to early church?" . . . 
The Cat . . . Educational technology via tape recorder ... "I have to go talk to 
Dean Sadler." 



JIDITH MAE MONTALDO 



JEANNINE MON 




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KAREN ELIZABETH NEUBACHER . . . Wood- 
stock. 111. . . . "Nuby" . . . Delta Chi, Secretary: 
A. A.; Bit and Spur: Dining Room Committee; Jet 
Maskers: Romance Language: Secretarial Science; 
Social Committee: Student Council. Secretary; 
Y.W.C.A. . . . "Don't call me Neubacher" . . . 
Riding the broncs ... "I wish Rock Hudson had 
gone to Dartmouth." 



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ANN MURRAY OBERWARTH . . . Frankfort, 
Ky. . . . "Dolly" . . . Delta Chi; A. A.; Dance 
League; Dress Regulations Committee; Glee Club, 
Librarian; Hostess Committee: Jet Maskers; Ro- 
mance Language; Smoker Committee Chairman; 
Y.W.C.A. . . . "Ladies, I want to play bridge" . . . 



KAREN ELIZABETH NEUBACHER ANN Ml" lilt AY OBERWARXB 



ANNE FAKKA PARKER 



ANN PATTON 







Mrs. Reed is looking for you 
me to date, date, date." 



"Mother tells 



ANNE FARRA PARKER 



Lexington. Ky. 



Sigma Psi: Jet Maskers; Y.W.C.A. 

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"I don't 



even want to talk about it" . . . JJiormouse 
"Well. Eve got classes under both of them" . . . 
"I'm going to my room and study as soon as I finish 
this bridge hand." 

ANN PATTON . . . Mason City. Iowa . . . Delta 
Chi; A. A.; Practical Arts: Secretarial Science; 
Y.W.C.A. . . . "Is the mail up?" . . . Always 
takes her three days to get home . . . "Let's turn 
the TV on." 



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NANCY ELLEN PITMAN ... Big Spring, Texas . . . ^'Nance" . . . Delta Alpha: 
A. A.; Bit and Spur: Dance League. Secretary: Judiciary Board, President: Phi Theta 
Kappa, Secretary: Y.W.C.A. . . . "Deep in the heart of Texas" . . . Practicing for 
her recital ... "I just can't act mean at Juicy Board." 



PATRICIA ANN PRICE . . . Pass Christian, Miss. . . . "Poki" . . . Delta Alpha: 
Nonchalant waves while driving carefully . . . Art and physiology 



Codst Cluh 
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$J* g4¥E ROSE PRUTSMAN . . . Washington. 111. . . . "Pruts" . . . Delta Chi. Vice- 



y 



- Bresident; A.A.; Jet Maskers. Treasurer; Practical Arts: Romance Language. Spanish 



.^Vice-President; Sea Gull. Liteiar\ Editor: Secretarial Science: Social Committee. 



Chairman; Welcoming Committee; Y.W.C.A 



"What's the good word? Why. 



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"L don't think I'll turn into a coffee bean." 



v'y J^i* t^ftJ^ J^SKKRON RICHARD . . . Clarksdale. Miss. . . . "Sheri" . . . Delta Alpha: 
\^ %^it~^ ^— "Tl &"'^' Dance League. Vice-President: Dining Room Committee: Romance Language: 
/*K^ * < "^^w^ t y Samovar. Vice-President: Tammy Howl, Associate Editor . . . "You owe me a penny. 
T. 9- nav mp" Onlv nnpinraorprl p-irl tn en in the senior fountain . . . "Entertain me. 



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Mi ... Only unengaged girl to go in the senior fountain 
orcd." 



NANCY ELLEN PITMAN 



PATRICIA ANN PRICE 



GAYE ROSE PKUTSMAN 



JO SHARON KM IMIlli 





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MARGARET ANN RITTER . . . Amarillo, Texas 
. . . "Marg" . . . Delta Chi; A. A.; Jet Maskers; 
Practical Arts: Romance Language; Y.W.C.A. . . . 
"Why can't we keep this room clean?" . . . Texas 
is best . . . "Does anybody have an L & M?" . . . 
"I don't know how I'm going to get it done." 



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ANGELA CATALINA RODRIGUEZ . . . Cama- 
guey, Cuba . . . "Ketty" . . . Sigma Psi; Dance 
League; Practical Arts; Romance Language; Sec- 
retarial Science; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Soup called again'" 
. . . That Spanish accent ... "I must to take 
bath." 

JOY ROSENAU . . . Athens. Ala. . . . "Joy Girl" 
. . . Delta Alpha; Aquettes: A. A.; Jet Maskers: 



MARGARET ANN lil i I I It 



ANGELA < ATA1.1NA l(< >l >KI< . 1 I / 



JOY KOSKNAl 



BARBARA P. Kl'KTTINGEK 









Romance Language; Sea Gull, Staff; Secretarial 
cience; Social Committee; Y.W.C.A. . . . "The 
. . "Yea. War Eagle!" . . . 
Phi Delta Theta . . . "I'll even stand in the rain to 
y-i^^ Ju ro'\j u ^catch the bus to New Orleans." 

^*fTARmRA P. RUETTINGER *??%Snetka, 111. 
^fvl^A^ . Delta Chi; A. A.; Jet Maskers; Y.W.C.A. . . . 
"Come on, you guys" . . . Knitting socks in the 
smoker . . . "Do you want to go to the show to- 
night?" 



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DOROTHY RUTTER . . . Midland. Texas . . . "Dot" . . . Sigma Psi ; A.A. ; Dance 
League, President; Glee Club. Secretary; Practical Arts. Vice-President: Samovar; 
Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A. . . . "What am I going to wear this weekend?" . . . 
Early to bed, late to rise . . . "Answer the phone somebody." 

DELFINA MARIA SAMUDIO . . . Panama, Republic of Panama . . . "Finita" . . . 
Sigma Psi; Dance League; Practical Arts; Romance Language: Secretarial Science: 
Y.W.C.A. ... "I just don't feel like work today" . . . Spanish music at all hours 
. . . "My mother is always changing my mind." 

MAYRA ROSA SAMUDIO . . . Panama, Republic of Panama . . . "Mayrita" . . . 
Delta Chi: Dance League; Practical Arts; Romance Language; Secretarial Science: 
Y.W.C.A. . . . "I'm sick today" . . . Gets up in time to take a nap . . . "Today is 
Sunday and I haven't received a phone call from Washington." 

SUSAN SHANE . . . Danville. III. . . . Delta Chi; A.A.: Bit and Spur: Glee Club: 
Samovar; Y.W.C.A. . . . "What?" . . . "This is not my hat. this is my hair net." 
. . . "Carolvn. what should I wear?" ... "I know I've lost it." 



IMMiOTllY Kl'TTKIt 



DKl.I'INA MARIA SAMUDIO 



MAYRA ROSA SAMUDIO 



SUSAN SHAM? 







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SYBIL SMITH . . . Savannah. Ga. . . . "Little 
Rhoda" . . . Delta Chi: A. A.: Dining Room Com- 
mittee. Chairman; jet Maskers; Practical Arts; Sea 
Gull, Staff; Secretarial Science. Vice-President; 
Welcoming Committee; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Where's 



my skate key?" 



"Who, me? I wouldn't do 



that" 



"I did it and I'm glad." 



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FRANCES MARGARET STILL WELL . . . Hanni- 
bal. Mo. . . . "Francee" . . . Delta Chi. Treasur- 
er; A.A.; Dance League; Glee Club, Sgt.-at-Arms: 
Hostess Committee; Jet Maskers; Phi Theta Kappa; 
Romance Language; Tammy Howl, Editor; 
Y.W.C.A. . . . "Oh! you al-1-1" ... Her hooty- 
owl face . . . "Those are nylon stockings in my 
hair." 

ROSELYN ANN THOMPSON . . . Fordyce, Ark. 
. . . "Rosie" . . . Delta Alpha. Vice-President: 





SYBIL SMITH 



FRANCES MARGARET STILLWEI 



Dance League; Dress Regulations Committee, Chair- 
man; Practical Arts, President; Tammy Howl, 
Fashion Editor; Welcoming Committee; Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet, Secretary . . . "The Rose" . . . "Some- 
body please work in the Y-Hut" . . . "This climate 
curls my hair" . . . May Court. 

LAURA JO TURNER . . . Scottsville, Ky. . . . 
"Laurie" . . . Sigma Psi. Vice-President; A. A.; 
Jet Maskers; Practical Arts; Samovar; Secretarial 
Science; Tammy Howl, Society Editor; Welcoming 
Committee: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet . . . "Get those ani- 
mals out of my room" . . . The "poise" that re- 
freshes . . . "Hi, ging" . . . May Court . . . Most 
Attractive. 





ROSELYN ANN THOMPSON 



LAI KA JO TURNER 



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BETTE VAN PELT . . . Magnolia. Ark. . . . "Peltie" . . . Delta Alpha. President: 
A. A.; Dance League; Dining Room Committee; Dress Regulations Committee: jet 
Maskers; Samovar; Welcoming Committee; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, President . . . "You 
hear?" . . . Her fingernails can't last past exams . . . "I have to buy myself a sussie'' 
. . . May Queen. 

JUNE WEBB . . . Jasper. Mo. . . . Delta Chi: A. A.; Dance League, Treasurer: Jet 
Maskers: Romance Language; Sea Gull. Advertising Manager; Welcoming Commit- 
tee; Y.W.C.A. . . . "0 kid" . . . Play practices come first . . . "But I have to get 
my sleep." 



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SHARON WEEKS 



Oklahoma City. Okla. . . . Sigma Psi. Secretary; Dance 



League; Jet Maskers; Romance Language; Samovar. Treasurer; Social Committee; 






/Tammy Howl, Art Editor; Welcoming Committee; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Treasurer 



"Yes, Seniors, the truck is bringing up your mail" 



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. . Cat 



toons on the correspondence . . . May Court. 



ELIZABETH WYNN WOOD 



Wayne, Penna. . . . "Betty" 



Delta Alpha: 



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\^ ijf^ JU ,^fcjuettes; A.A.. Board; Samovar; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Anyone for marbles?" ..$V 7 d^i'Ej> 1/f 



'#* I i .M i/f. <,r$y*" sical music from behind the bamboo . 



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.^BETTE VAN PELT ' 



JINK WEBB 



ise let me burn you." 



SHARON WEEKS 






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J.,eft to Right; Miss Morrison, Maters, Johns, Read, Steven 

OFFICERS 

Kaye Johns President 

Mary Ann Waters Vice President 

Truly Stevens Secretary 

Lettie Jane Read Treasurer 

Miss Jane Morrison Sponsor 



"J-U-N-I-O-R-S! We are the class with all 
the might" . . . Winning the goat was 
our favorite pastime . . . Serenades 
were loads of fun . . . Bridge tourna- 
ments in the smoker . . . Trying to see 
who were under the Senior hats . . . 
Christmas party for the Old Folk's Home 
. . . "Always to uphold the Blue and 
White." 




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First Row: 

TRAVIS ALEXANDER . . . Houston, Texas . . . Delta 
Chi; A. A.; Romance Language; Samovar. 

MARTHA ANN ATKINS . . . Fort Scott, Kan. . . . Delta 
Chi; Dance League; Glee Club; .let Maskers, Vice Presi- 
dent; Phi Theta Kappa; Romance Language; Secretarial 
Science; Y.W.C.A. 

BARBARA BAIRD . . . Jackson, Tenn. . . . "Babs" . . . 
Sigma Psi; A. A.; Practical Arts, Secretary; Secretarial Sci- 
ence; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. 

HARRIET BEASON . . . Alexandria, La. . . . Delta Chi. 
ELSIE TYLER BECKHAM . . . Mobile, Ala. . . . "Becky" 
. . . Sigma Psi; A.A.; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts; Ro- 
mance Language; Sea Gull; Secretarial Science; Student 
Council; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. 

Second Row: 

BEVERLY ANN BELL . . . Pensacola, Fla. . . . "Bev" 
. . . Delta Chi; A. A.; Glee Club; Practical Arts; Samovar; 
Y.W.C.A. 

BARBARA BENTLEY . . . Oklahoma City, Okla "Bar- 
by" . . . Delta Chi; A. A.; Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A. 



JANE BETTES . . . New Orleans, La. . 
A.A.; Y.W.C.A. 

ALICE LUANNE BRADY . . . Cleveland. 
ta Alpha; A. A.; Glee Club; Jet Maskers; 
guage; Y.W.C.A. 

SALLY BROWNELL . . . Dayton, Ohio . . 
. . . Delta Chi; Bit and Spur; Y.W.C.A. 



. . Sigma Psi ; 

Okla. . . . Del- 
Romance Lan- 

"Little Wings" 



Third Row : 

SHERRILL ANN BRYAN . . . Bogota, Columbia. S.A. . . . 
"Sherry" . . . Delta Alpha; A. A.; Bit and Spur; Jet Mask- 
ers; Romance Language; Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A. 

MIREILLE ELIZABETH CLARK . . . New Orleans. La. 

. . . Delta Alpha; A.A., Board; Bit and Spur; Glee Club; 

Y.W.C.A. 

BARBARA COFFEY . . . Sand Springs, Okla. . . . Delta 

Alpha; A.A.; Glee Club; Phi Theta Kappa; Y.W.C.A. 

SUSAN CONWAY . . . Monroe City, Mo. . . . Delta Al- 
pha; A.A.; Glee Club; Y.W.C.A. 

ROSE COOK . . . Vivian. La. . . . Delta Alpha; Aquettes; 
A. A.; Bit and Spur; Romance Language: \.W.C.A. 



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First Row: 

JOANNA DODSON . . . Gulfport, Miss. . . . Delta Al- 
pha; Coast Club; Secretarial Science. 

CYNTHIA DRAKE . . . Columbia. Mo. . . . "Cindy" . . . 
Sigma Psi; A.A.; Jet Maskers; Romance Language; 
Y.W.C.A. 

BARBARA DUMBLE ... La Porte, Texas . . . "Barbee" 
. . . Delta Alpha; A.A.; Phi Theta Kappa; Romance 
Language. 

SARA EASLEY . . . Webb City, Mo. . . . Delta Chi; A.A.; 
Dance League; Glee Club; Jet Maskers. 
LIDA ELLIOTT . . . Huntsville, Ala. . . . Sigma Psi; A.A.; 
Jet Maskers; Romance Language; Y.W.C.A. 

Second Row: 

LUCY ANN EPPES . . . Knoxville, Tenn. . . . Sigma Psi; 
A.A.; Phi Theta Kappa; Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A. 
SHARON EVILSIZER . . . Lawton, Okla. . . . Delta Alpha; 
A.A. ; Bit and Spur; Samovar. 

MARGARET KATHERINE EW1N . . . Franklin. Tenn. 
. . . Sigma Psi; A.A.; Phi Theta Kappa; Romance Lan- 
guage; Y.W.C.A. 



JUDY FITZGERALD . . . Wheaton, 111. . . . "Fitz" . . . 
Delta Alpha; A. A., Board; Practical Arts. 

HARRIETT FLEMING . . . Spartanburg, S.C. . . . "Hoot" 
. . . Sigma Psi; Aquettes; A.A. ; Jet Maskers; Practical 
Arts; Romance Language; Y.W.C.A. 



Third Row: 

JAHREA FRIEDMAN . . . Lawton, Okla. . . . Delta Chi; 
A.A.; Y.W.C.A. 

NANCY GAMMON . . . Bristol, Va. . . . "Tiger" . . . Del- 
ta Alpha; A.A. ; Bit and Spur; Sea Gull; Y.W.C.A. 

PATRICIA ZANE GILMORE ... San Diego, Calif. . . . 
"Zane" . . . College Special; Delta Alpha; A.A. ; Dance 
League; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts; Y.W.C.A. 

BEVERLY MARIE GRATIGNY . . . Dallas, Texas . . . 
"Bevo" . . . Sigma Psi; A.A. ; Glee Club; Jet Maskers; 
Romance Language; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. 

MARYLEEANN HALL . . . Huntsville, Texas . . . Delta 
Chi; Dance Leaaue: Y.W.C.A. 



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First Row: 

LINDA HAVERTY . . . Clermont Harbor, Miss. 
Club. 



Coast 



SALLY HEAD . . . Miami, Fla. . . . Sigma Psi; A. A.; Bit 
and Spur; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. 

MARCIE HILL . . . Alexandria, La. . . . Delta Chi; A.A.; 
Bit and Spur; Y.W.C.A. 

JUDY HOLLENSWORTH . . . Warren, Ark. . . . Delta 
Alpha; A. A.; Jet Maskers; Samovar; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. 

SHIRLEY ANN HULCHER . . . Virden, 111 Delta Chi; 

A.A.; Bit and Spur; Tammy Howl; Y.W.C.A. 

Second Row : 

MARCIA JENCKS . . . Caracas, Venezuela . . . "Marsh" 
. . . Delta Chi; A.A.; Glee Club; Y.W.C.A. 

KAYE JOHNS . . . Oklahoma City. Okla. . . . Sigma Psi ; 
Junior Class President; A. A.; Dress Regulations Commit- 
tee; Romance Language; Student Council; Y.W.C.A. Cab- 
inet; Most Outstanding Junior. 



NANCY B. JOST . . . Gulfport, Miss. . . . "Be Be" . . . 

Sigma Psi; Coast Club; Secretarial Science. 

JUDITH JOY KIMMEL . . . Robinson, Kansas . . . "Judy" 

. . . Delta Alpha; Aquettes; Dance League; Glee Club; Jet 

Maskers; Y.W.C.A. 

DIXIE ELIZABETH KING . . . Albany, Texas . . . Delta 

Alpha ; A. A., Secreaary ; Secretarial Science, Secretary ; 

Y.W.C.A. 

Third Row: 

ELLEN KRONER . . . Webster Groves, Mo. . . . "Ellie" 
. . . Sigma Psi; Glee Club; Practical Arts; Samovar; 
Y.W.C.A. 

LYNN LAMBERT ... Ft. Smith, Ark Sigma Psi; Bit 

and Spur; Jet Maskers; Romance Language; Samovar; Stu- 
dent Council; Y.W.C.A. 

LINDA LAWRENCE . . . Johnson City. Tenn. . . . Delta 
Chi; Glee Club; Jet Maskers; Phi Theta Kappa; Sea Gull. 
FRANCES LEE . . . New Smyrna Beach, Fla. . . . Delta 
Alpha; A. A.; Bit and Spur; Jet Maskers; Y.W.C.A. 
BARBARA LINDSAY . . . Quincy, 111. . . . "Candy" . . . 
Delta Chi; A.A.; Glee Club; Jet Maskers; Y.W.C.A. 



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First Row : 



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MARGUERITE LINK . . . Oklahoma City, Okla. . 

. . . Sigma Psi; A. A.; Dance League; Y.W.C.A. 

MILDRED LOGAN . . . Pass Christian, Miss. . . 

. . . Delta Chi; Bit and Spur. 

JOAN LONG . . . Springfield, 111. . . . "Joanie" . . . Delta 

Chi; A.A.; Y.W.C.A. 

MARIANNE MAGUIRE . . . Kansas City, Mo. . . . Delta 

Alpha; A. A.; Y.W.C.A. 

MOLLY MANLEY . . . Fort Myers, Fla "Molly-O" . . . 

Delta Alpha; A. A.; Glee Club; Jet Maskers; Romance 
Language; Y.W.C.A. 

Second Row: 

NANCY McBRYDE . . . Manassas, Va. . . . "Hampy" . . . 

Delta Chi; A. A.; Bit and Spur; Jet Maskers. 

SHERRY GAIL McCRACKEN . . . Kirkwood, Mo. . . . 

Delta Alpha; Aquettes; A.A. ; Glee Club; Jet Maskers; 

Romance Language; Y.W.C.A. 

MARGARET McGINLEY . . . Dallas. Texas . . . "Margie" 

. . . Sigma Psi; A.A.; Bit and Spur; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. 



NANCY MERRITT . . . Kansas City, Mo. . . . Delta Chi; 
A.A.; Jet Maskers; Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A. 

SUE MUELLER . . . Pittsfield, 111 "Liz" ... Deta Chi; 

Aquettes, Vice President; A.A. ; Secretarial Science; 
Y.W.C.A. 



Third Row: 

WANDA LOU NEWELL . . . Anadarko, Okla. . . . "Lulu" 

. . . Delta Alpha; A.A.; Y.W.C.A. 

DOROTHY ORME . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Delta Alpha: 

Aquettes; A.A.; Practical Arts. 

MARY PARKHURST . . . Dallas, Texas . . . "Mikey" . . . 

Deta Alpha; A.A. ; Dance League; Jet Maskers; Practical 

Arts. 

SALLIE PLAYER . . . Kirkwood, Mo. . . . Sigma Psi; 
Aquettes; A.A., Board; Bit and Spur; Secretarial Science; 
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. 

CHARLOTTE ANN QUIREY . . . Evansville, Ind. . . . 
"Shorty" . . . Sigma Psi; Aquettes; A.A.; Glee Club; Jet 
Maskers; Phi Theta Kappa; Romance Language; Samovar; 
Y.W.C.A. 



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First Row: 

LETTIE JANE READ . . . Carthage, Tenn. . . . Junior 
Class Treasurer; A. A.; Romance Language; Y.W.C.A. 

SUZANNE RECHSTEINER . . . Beaumont, Calif. . . . 
"Peaches'* . . . Delta Alpha; A. A.; Bit and Spur; Glee 
Club; Y.W.CA. 

JACKIE RHEA . . . Gallatin, Tenn. . . . Delta Chi; 
Aquettes; A. A.; Bit and Spur; Secretarial Science. 

LEE RIXEY . . . Moherlv, Mo "Rixey" . . . Sigma Psi; 

A.A.; Glee Club; Jet Maskers; Y.W.C.A. 

NANCY ANN ROCKWELL . . . Phoneix, Ariz. . . . Delta 
Alpha; A. A.; Practical Arts; Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A. 



diciary Board, Recording Secretary; A. A.; Dance League; 
Jet Maskers ; Samovar ; Student Council ; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. 

ELIZABETH ANN SALMON . . . Cocoa Beach. Fla. . . . 
"Libby" . . . Sigma Psi; A.A.; Jet Maskers; Y.W.C.A. 

MILLICENT SAMPLE . . . Fort Scott. Kan Delta Chi: 

A. A.; Glee Club; Romance Language; Y.W.C.A. 



Third Row: 



. . Marietta, Okla. . . . "Toots" 
Practical Arts; Samovar. 



Second Row : 

BETSY ROUSE 
Club. 



Gulf port. Miss. . . . Sigma Psi; Coast 



La. 



CAROLYN MARIE ROWLEY . . . New Orleans 
Delta Alpha; A. A.; Samovar; Secretarial Science. 
JANE RYAN . . . Brownsville, Texas . . . Delta Chi; Ju- 



JANE SANDERS 
Delta Alpha; AA. 

SUE SAUFLEY . . . Stanford, Ky. . . . Delta Alpha; A.A.; 
Bit and Spur; Glee Club; Jet Maskers; Romance Language; 
Y.W.C.A. 

SALLY SCHILLINGER ... St. Joseph, Mich. . . . Delta 
Chi; A.A.; Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A. 

BARBARA LYNN SCHNEIDER . . . New Albany. Ind. 
. . . Sigma Psi; Practical Arts; Secretarial Science. 

MARY ELLEN SELMAN . . . Rome. Ga. . . . Sigma Psi; 
A.A.; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts; Y.W.C.A. 



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First Row: 

SANDRA SHAW . . . Midland, Texas . . . "Rainbow" . . . 
Sigma Psi; A.A.; Dance League; Jet Maskers; Y.W.CA. 

LORAINE SHORT . . . Tifton, Ga. . . . Sigma Psi; 
Aquettes; A. A.; Practical Arts; Samovar; Y.W.CA. 

ANNE SMITH . . . Pensacola, Fla. . . . Sigma Psi; A.A.; 
Practical Arts; Y.W.CA. 

DORIS STARLING . . . Tallahassee, Fla. . . . Sigma Psi; 
Coast Club, Secretary; Jet Maskers, Corresponding Secre- 
tary; Phi Theta Kappa. 

TRULY STEVENS . . . Phoenix, Ariz Sigma Psi; Jun- 
ior Class Secretary; A. A.; Bit and Spur; Dance League; 
Samovar; Y.W.C.A. 

Second Row: 

ANNE STOUT . . . Fort Worth, Texas . . . "Stoutskyberg" 
. . . Delta Alpha; A. A.; Dining Room Committee; Glee 
Club; Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A. 

DORIS SUNSERI ... San Pedro Sula, Honduras. C.A. . . . 
Delta Alpha; Dance League; Practical Arts; Romance 
Language; Samovar; Secretarial Science. 



JULIA TERRY . . . Jefferson, Texas . . . "Julie" . . . Delta 
Chi; A.A.; Y.W.C.A. 

JODY THOMPSON . . . Knoxville. Tenn. . . . "Jo" . . . 
Deta Alpha; A. A.; Jet Maskers; Secretarial Science. 

JACKLYN ANN VILLARS . . . New Orleans, La. . . . 
"Jackie" . . . Sigma Psi; A.A., Board; Y.W.C.A. 

Third Row: 

MARY ANN WATERS . . . Newton, Kan "Marcy" . . . 

Sigma Psi; Junior Class Vice President; Bit and Spur; 
Glee Club; Jet Maskers; Romance Language; Y.W.C.A. 

SARAH SUE WEATHERFORD . . . Anderson, Ind. . . . 
"Sally" . . . Sigma Psi; A. A.; Dance League; Glee Club: 
Samovar; Y.W.C.A. 

BETTY FAY WELLAN . . . Alexandria. La Delta Chi; 

A.A.; Y.W.C.A. 

PATRICIA ANNE WHITE . . . Huntington, West Va. . . . 
"Pat" . . . Delta Chi; Glee Club; Jet Maskers; Romance 
Language. 

SANDRA JANE WHITE . . . Houston, Texas . . . "Sandy" 
. . . Delta Alpha; A. A.; Samovar. 



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MARTHA WILBURN . . . Kenosha, Wis. . . . Delta Alpha; Coast Club; Secretarial Science. 

NOVICE BARNETT . . . Dallas, Texas . . . Delta Alpha; A.A.; Jet Maskers; Y.W.C.A. 

CELINDA COON . . . Dallas, Texas . . . Sigma Psi; A.A.; Jet Maskers; Secretarial Science; 
Y.W.C.A. 

KAY MINOR FANT . . . Gulfport, Miss. . . . Sigma Psi. 

SUSAN JONES . . . Marion, Ind. . . . Sigma Psi; A.A.; Jet Maskers; Y.W.C.A. 



Second Row : 

ELAINE MARY KOURY . . . Gulfport, Miss. . . . Delta Chi. 

JUDITH WOODS . . . Dallas. Texas . . . Delta Alpha; A.A.; Y.W.C.A. 

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OFFICERS 

HEIDI HOLT 

President 

NANCY LADD 
Vice President 

SALLY GAFFEY 

Second Vice President 

LYNN EVANS 
Secretary 

SUZANNE JACKSON 
Treasurer 

MISS RUTH SCHREIBER 

Sponsor 



Left to Right: Miss Schreiber, Jackso 



>lt, Gaffey, I.add, Evans. 



"When the Skippers start to fight, the whole wide 
world sees red and white" . . . "Everybody wear 
your yacht cap to the pep rally!" . . . The goat 
graced our Smoker twice! . . . Sing-Song added 
a note of harmony to our class . . . Spirited jam 
sessions in the Smoker, an everyday occurrence 
. . . "In the Pines" . . . Frantic Preparations for 
an exciting weekend at Pensacola . . . Relaxing 
hours at Huck . . . Exams and bridge . . . 
Spring. Ship and sunburns . . . Elvis and John 
Saxon . . . Helpful guidance from our hostesses 
. . . Miss Schreiber's faithful support . . . 
Graduation day and bouquets ... A year to be 
remembered always . . . "And now beneath the 
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First Row : 

ELSA AUDRIETH . . . Urbana, 111. . . . Delta Chi; 
A.A.; Beta Club, Vice President; Bit and Spur; 
Romance Language; Y.W.C.A. . . . '"Oh, my gosh!" . . . 
In music, riding, intelligence — all three, Elsa has versa- 
tility. 

SHARON BARBER . . . Houston, Texas . . . "Sherry" 
. . . Delta Chi; Beta Club; Bit and Spur; Y.W.C.A. . . . 
"Fourth for bridge?" . . . She's loyal and she's also 
smart; sophistication is her art. 



Second Row : 

JULIA PRICE BRADWELL . . . Albany. Ga "Judy" 

. . . Delta Chi; Beta Club; Bit and Spur; Dance League: 
Jet Maskers; Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Wait 
a minute" . . . Dependability is her middle name . . . 
That charming southern drawl. 

LORING CAMPBELL . . . Leesville, La. . . . Delta 

Alpha; A. A.; Romance Language; Secretarial Science; 
Y.W.C.A. . . . "Oh. Golly" . . . Tis a virtue to be quiet, 
gentle, and kind; in Loring these virtures you surely 
will Inn I. 



MARGOT BELL . . . Franklin, La. . . . "Marg" . . . 
Delta Chi; A. A.; Dance League; Jet Maskers . . . "Any- 
body going to the coke machine?" . . . Cokes and more 
cokes . . . Always bubbling with fun. 



SIDNEY ANN CAMPBELL . . . Leesville. La Delta 

Alpha; A. A.; Romance Language; Secretarial Science: 
Welcoming Committee; Y.W.C.A. . . . "James just 
bought a new car" ... A friend in need is a friend in 
deed. 



MARION JUDITH BELT ... La Salina, Venezula . . . 
"Judy" . . . Delta Alpha; A. A; Beta Club; Bit and Spur; 
Jet Maskers; Romance Language; Secretarial Science 
. . . "Oh, guess what!" . . . Always willing to help in any 
way she can. 



ALIX DIANN CHRISTIAN . . . Ganado, Texas . . . 
"Dee-Dee" . . . Sigma Psi; Bit and Spur; Dance League; 
Jet Maskers; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Ya'll give me a cigarette" 
. . . Her love of horses is shown in the graceful way she 
rides. 



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First Row : 

VIRGINIA CONEY . . . Amite, La. . . . "Ginger" . . . 
Sigma Psi, Chaplain; A.A.; Beta Club, Recording 
Sec; Jet Maskers; Samovar; . . . "I'll never do it again" 
. . . Beware her look of innocence; this girl will keep 
you in suspense. 



SUZANNE COOLEY . . . Fort Smith, Ark "Coolie" 

. . . Delta Chi; Dance League; Practical Arts; Secretarial 
Science; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet . . . "Rip it up!" . . . Pink 
monogramed sheets ... A darling girl full of fun and 
frolics. 



ANN CREMIN . . . Midland, Texas . . . "Cremi" . . . 
Sigma Psi; A.A.; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Jim Dandy" . . . She's 
full of pep and very spry, and mischief sparkles in her 
eye. 

CAROL DAVIS . . . Jasper, Ala. . . . Sigma Psi; A.A.; 
Bit and Spur; Practical Arts; Secretarial Science . . . 
"Oh, you bird" . . . Wit and laughter lurk in her eyes 
. . . Always has a secret. 



Second Row : 

LYNN EVANS . . . Morehead, Ky "Lynnie Pie" . . . 

Delta Chi, Chaplain; High School Secretary; A. A.; 
Beta Club; Bit and Spur, Vice-President; Jet Maskers, 
Secretary; Romance Language; Secretarial Science; 
Welcoming Committee; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Icky-poo" . . . 
She hides her intellect behind her constant flow of fun 
and personality. 

JUDY FERRARA . . . Peru, Ind. . . . Sigma Psi; A.A.; 
Beta Club, President; Dance League; Glee Club; Jet 
Maskers; Romance Language; Sea Gull; Welcoming 
Committee; Y.W.C.A., Cabinet; . . . "If that isn't the 
limit!" . . . Always laughing and has a word of cheer 
... A little bundle of joy. 

ANN MARIE FERRELL . . . Eldorado, 111. . . . Sigma 
Psi; A. A.; Bit and Spur; Y.W.C.A. . . . "That's my fav- 
orite song" . . . Plenty of charm and boy friends from 
coast to coast. 

VICKI LYNN FOREMAN . . . Peru, Ind. . . . "Short 
Stuff" . . . Delta Chi; A.A.; Beta Club; Dance League; 
Romance Language; Jet Maskers; Secretarial Science; 

Welcoming Committee; Y.W.C.A "Help!" . . . Small 

and bouncy ... A hard worker . . . Dynamite in a little 
package. 



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First Row : 

VIRGINIA TREDWAY CEE . . . Greensboro, N. C 

Delta Chi; Aquettes; A. A.; Romance Language; Student 
Council; Y.W.C.A. . . . "I'm a tar heel born" . . . Smoker 
queen . . . Inquisitive . . . Jim . . . Beautiful swimmer. 



Second Row: 

CARROLL GREENLEAF . . . Elkhart. Ind. . . . Delta 
Alpha; A. A.; Bit and Spur; Parctical Arts; Samovar; 
\.W.C.A. . . . "Don't call me Greenio!" . . . Always will- 
ing to lend a helping hand . . . She will go far with her 
originality and artistic ability. 



MARTHA GILBERT . . . North Lewisburg. Ohio . . . 
Delta Alpha; A.A.; Beta Club; Romance Language; 
Y.W.C.A. . . . "Oh, you kids" . . . Whatever she says is 
worth listeing to . . . Interesting and mild-mannered. 

LUCY EMM ALINE GILES . . . Gallatin, Tenn. . . . 

Sigma Psi; Beta Club; Bit and Spur; Y.W.C.A "Oh. 

gosh" . . . She may seem quiet but she's full of surprises 
and intelligence. 

MARY ANN GIRLING . . . Delta, Colo. . . . Delta 
Alpha; Practical Arts . . . "I'll be off the phone in just 
a minute" . . . Slow talker; fast thinker . . . Colorado! 



PHYLLIS HADDIX . . . Lexington, Ky Delta Alpha: 

Beta Club; Bit and Spur; Jet Maskers . . . "How'd you 
do on that test?" . . . Brilliant, talented, and ambitious 
. . . "The whole world is a stage." 



JUDI HARRIS . . . Memphis, Tenn "Little Bit" . . . 

Delta Alpha; Aquettes; A. A.; Jet Maskers; Secretarial 
Science; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Do you swear?" . . . Class clown 
. . . Her jolliness and witty remarks keep us merrry. 

HEIDI JEAN HOLT . . . Fort Myers, Fla. . . . "Heidi 
Ho" . . . Delta Chi; High School President; Aqu- 
ettes; A. A., Board; Beta Club; Judiciary Board; 
Romance Lanquage; Secretarial Science; Student Coun- 
cil; Welcoming Committee; Y.W.C.A., Cabinet ... "I 
promise you" . . . Freckles, friends and frivolity . . . 
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First Row : 

SUZANNE HOWARD . . . Marfa. Texas . . . Delta Chi; 
A. A., Treasurer; Sea Gull; Y.W.CA. . . . "Very good, 
very good" . . . Graceful, athletic, and versatile . . . 
Well-dressed and attractive. 

PATRICIA HUDSON . . . Pawhuska. Okla "Patty" 

. . . Delta Chi; A. A.; Romance Language; Y.W.CA. . . . 
"It's just fabulous!" . . . Vivacious, cute sense of humor 
. . . Carefree and gay . . . She has Irish eyes as well as 
luck. 

SUZANNE JACKSON . . . Gloster, Miss. . . . Delta 
Chi; High School Treasurer; A. A.; Bit and Spur; 
Y.W.CA. . . . "Panic in the weeds" . . . That Ipana smile 
with personality plus behind it . . . "Bonjour, mes petite 
filles." 

CAROLYN KOEHLER . . . Tunica, Miss. . . . Delta 
Alpha; A A.; Beta Club; Bit and Spur; Practical Arts; 
Secretarial Science; Y.W.CA. . . . "Oh, you're so sweet" 
. . . She has a smile for everyone and eyes to match her 
personality. 



Second Row : 

NANCY ELLEN LADD . . . Providence. Ky. . . . Sigma 
Psi; High School Vice-President; A.A.; Beta Club, 
Corresponding Secretary; Jet Maskers, Vice-President: 
Bit and Spur; Y.W.CA. . . . "I'm going home" . . . Gum 
popping champ . . . Studious and ambitious . . . Ken- 
tucky charm and generosity. 

MARY CATHERINE LAND . . . Tangerine. Fla. . . . 
"Cathie" . . . Delta Alpha, Chaplain; A. A., Board; Beta 
Club, Treasurer; Bit and Spur; Jet Maskers: Romance 
Language; Y.W.CA. . . . "That high school spirit" . . . 
A busy gal, a friendly sort whose interest lies in every 
sport. 

ELAINE DEMARIS LITTLE . . . Ocilla, Ga. . . . Delta 
Chi; Coast Club; Jet Maskers; . . . "Sorry I'm late" . . . 
This girl's personality and looks, as well, complete the 
picture of a Southern belle. 

ELOISE MADDOX . . . Greensboro, N. C. . . . "Sister" 
. . . Delta Chi; Aquettes: A. A.; Judiciary Board; Secre- 
tarial Science; Y.W.CA. . . . "I'll tell you the truth" 
. . . Add to friendliness that is hers in good measure, 
piano technique that gives all of us pleasure. 



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First Row : 

JANE CHRISTINA McDANNALD . . . League City, 
Texas . . . "Runt" . . . Sigma Psi; A.A.; Jet Maskers; 
Y.W.C.A. . . . "Hello, poo-poo, I'm Droopy" . . . Friendly 
to everyone, full of pep . . . Typical Texan. 

TONY MERCER . . . Long Beach, Miss. . . . "Droop" 
. . . Delta Chi; Coast Club; Secretarial Science . . . Quiet, 
modest, and good-natured. 

JOAN MILLS . . . Clarksville, Ark. . . . "Joanie" . . . 
Delta Chi; Beta Club; Bit and Spur; Glee Club; Jet 
Maskers; Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A., Cabinet . . . 
"Hi, hon." . . . Her greatest asset is her voice ... As 
most well-liked, she is our choice. 

KATSY KAYE MULLENDORE . . . Pawhuska, Okla. 
. . . "Kim" . . . Delta Chi; A. A., Class Representative; 
Sea Gull; Welcoming Committee; Y.W.C.A., Second 
Vice-President . . . "He had his arm around me for thirty 
minutes" . . . All-around girl, attractive . . . Posture queen 
. . . O.K.U May Court. 



Second Row: 

ANN BETH MUNDELL . . . Biloxi, Miss. . . . Sigma 
Psi; Coast Club; Grecian beauty with a practical mind. 
. . . "Sneaky, sneaky" . . . Sarcastic wit . . . Fashion 
model. 

ANNABEL PAGAN . . . Texarkana, Texas . . . Delta 
Chi; Coast Club . . . Good sense and good nature . . . 
Thoughtful of others . . . Those Tulane parties. 

ROSA MARIE PALAU . . . Santiago De Cuba, Cuba . . . 
"Rosie" . . . Delta Alpha; A.A.; Jet Maskers; Romance 
Language; Tammy Howl . . . "I've got to study" . . . 
Conscientious, sweet, and quiet . . . Beautful black hair. 

NANCY POND . . . Fairhope, Ala Sigma Psi; A.A.; 

Practical Arts; Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A. . . . "That 
really tees me off!" . . . Slim and exotic . . . Good old 
S.A.E. . . . Sewing is her specialty. 



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RAYMOND PYOTT . . . Houston, Texas . . . Delta 
Alpha; A.A.; Glee Club; Jet Maskers; Secretarial 
Science; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Never mind" . . . Beauty, brains, 
books, and boys. . . . That envied creamy complexion. 

JOAN RAINES . . . Dallas, Texas . . . "Tex" . . . Delta 
Chi; A.A.; Bit and Spur; Dance League; Practical Arts; 
Samovar; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Good old Glaw" . . . Devilment 
and humor, both are Joan's; a full quota of beauty she 
also owns. 



SUZETTE SCHWING . . . Plaquemine. La. . . . Delta 
Chi; Aquettes; A. A; Bit and Spur; Dance League; Jet 
Maskers; Romance Language; Y.W.C.A. . . . "It's a 
panic, really." Good things come in small packages . . . 
Tiny and sweet, sparky and petite. 

MERLE SCOTT . . . Houma, La "Scottie" . . . Sigma 

Psi; A. A.; Beta Club; Bit and Spur; Dance League; 
Romance Language; Y.W.C.A. . . . "We won't sweat that" 
. . . "Tiny and sweet, sparkly and petite." 



MARY RHODES . . . Harrison, Ark. . . . "Cissie" . . . 
Delta Chi; Bit and Spur; Samovar; Tammy Howl . . . 
"Oh, let me tell you!" . . . Distinguished for smartness 
in taste and good-looking clothes. 



GRETCHEN SONJA SEHRT . . . New Orleans. La 

"Gret" . . . Bit and Spur; Dance League; Jet League; 
Jet Masker . . . "Hon" . . . Talkative . . . Home is where 
the heart is . . . Sophistication is her trademark. 



PATRICIA ANN SANDIFER . . . Evergreen, Colo. . . . 
"Pat" . . . Sigma Psi; Bit and Spur; Jet Maskers; 
Y.W.C.A. . . . "By golly, buggy Buddy" . . . Giggles . . . 
Cute as a bug . . . Never without her frat pin. 



LYNNE ELIZABETH VENTULETT . . . Albany. Ga. 
. . . Delta Alpha; Bit and Spur; Jet Maskers; Practical 
Arts; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Oh, ya'll" ... Boy friends by the 
dozen . . . Neat and nice . . . Our Georgia peach. 



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RUTH WENDEL . . . Eufaula, Okla. . . . Sigma Psi; Glee Club; Jet Maskers . . . "I'm 
going to Philadelphia" . . . Ring on her finger; sparkle in her eye. 

PATRICIA SUE WILSON . . . Joiner, Ark. . . . Delta Alpha; A.A.; Jet Maskers; Ro- 
mance Language; Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A. . . . "Be-e-e-p!" . . . Rock and roll 
kid . . . Darling and dimpled . . . full of tricks. 

MARION YEAMAN . . . Sedalia, Mo. . . . Delta Alpha; Aquettes; A.A.; Beta Club; 
Bulletin Board Committee; Jet Maskers; Romance Language; Welcoming Committee; 
Y.W.C.A. . . . "I've lost a pound!" . . . Always sweet, thoughtful of others — and in a 
good humor. 



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First Row: 

GRETCHEN ANDREWS . . . Jackson, Ala. . . . Delta Al- 
pha; A.A.; Jet Maskers; Y.W.C.A. 

JEAN ATCHLEY . . . Pass Christian, Miss. . . . "Davy 
Crockett" . . . Delta Chi; A. A.; Jet Maskers; Romance 
Language; Y.W.C.A. 

SARA ANN BOGY . . . Wabbaseka, Ark. . . . "Bogy" . . . 
Delta Chi; A. A.; Bit and Spur; Romance Language; Sec- 
retarial Science; Student Council; Y.W.C.A. 
SIBYL BRANCH . . . Tifton, Ga. . . . "Doodle" . . . Delta 
Alpha; A. A.; Bit and Spur; Romance Language; Y.W.C.A. 
CAROL BURRELL ... La Salina, Venezuela . . . Sigma 
Psi; A. A.; Beta Club; Bit and Spur; Jet Maskers; Secre- 
tarial Science; Y.W.C.A. 

Second Row: 

JANIE COINTMENT . . . Palquemine, La. . . . Delta Chi; 
A. A.; Bit and Spur; Jet Maskers; Romance Language. 
MARY LEE VERONICA FLOTTE . . . New Orleans, La. 
. . . "Flip Flop" . . . Delta Alpha; A.A. 



HAZEL WADDELL FORD . . . Louisburg, N. C. . . . 
"Haze" . . . Delta Chi; Glee Club. 

SARA-LEONE GAFFEY . . . Caisons, Kan "Sally" . . . 

Sigma Psi; Freshman Class Vice President; A.A. ; Jet 
Maskers; Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A. 

ANITA GETMAN . . . Champaign. Ill "Neter" . . . Delta 

Chi; Aquettes; A.A.; Bit and Spur; Jet Maskers; Y.W.C.A. 



Midland, Texas . . . Sigma Psi; 



Third Row: 

ALISON GRAY . 
Y.W.C.A. 

HARRIET HALL . . . Dothan. Ala Sigma Psi; A.A. 

JUDY HITCHCOCK . . . Kansas City, Mo Delta Chi; 

A.A.; Beta Club; Jet Maskers. 

CATHY HUDSON . . . Atlanta, Ga "Cathy" . . . Sigma 

Psi; A.A.; Jet Maskers; Practical Arts; Secretarial Science; 
Y.W.C.A. 

SANDRA JOLLY . . . New Orleans, La. . . . "Sandy" . . . 
Delta Alpha; Bit and Spur; Dance League; Y.W.C.A. 



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First Row: 

SHARON KIDWELL . . . Wichita, Kan. . . . "Kitty" . . . 
Sigma Psi; Jet Maskers; Y.W.C.A. 

LUCINDA LEDGERWOOU . . . Midwest City. Okla. . . . 
"Cindy" . . . Delta Alpha; A. A.; Jet Maskers; Romance 
Language; Secretarial Science: Y.W.C.A. 
MARY VIRGINIA LITTRELL . . . Athens. Ala. . . . "Gin- 
ger" . . . Delta Chi; A. A.; Dance League; Jet Maskers: 
Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A. 

CAMILLA ELIZABETH MALONEY . . . Dallas. Texas . . . 
Delta Chi; A.A. 

CELIA MARTIN . . . Guntersville. Ala. . . . Delta Chi: 
A.A.; Jet Maskers; Y.W.C.A. 



Second Row : 

LINDA McRAE . . 
Delta Alpha; A.A. 
Y.W.C.A. 
JUDITH MYERS 



Knoxville, Tenn. . . . "Danny" . . . 
Jet Maskers; Secretarial Science; 



Stillwater. Okla. 



Sigma Psi; Bit and Spur; Y.W.C.A. 



"Berry" 



CECILIA NOVEY . . . Panama. Republic of Panama . . . 

"Vike" . . . Sigma Psi; A.A. 

EMELINE McCONNELL OTEY . . . Talladiga. Ala. . . . 

"Line" . . . Delta Chi: Jet Maskers; Practical Arts: 

Romance Language: Y.W.C.A. 

JUDY PEGUES . . . Osceola. Ark. . . . Sigma Psi; Dance 

League; Jet Maskers; Samovar; Y.W.C.A. 

Third Row: 

JEANIE ROBINSON . . . Lexington. Kv Delta Alpha; 

A.A.; Glee Club; Practical Arts; Y.W.C.A. 
HELEN KATHRYN RUPERT . . . Grayson. Ky. . . . 
"Cathy" . . . Delta Chi; A.A.; Dance League; Jet Maskers; 
Secretarial Science: Y.W.C.A. 

MARY EMILY SEBASTIAN . . . Pass Christian. Miss 

"Ick" . . . Delta Chi; Coast Club; Practical Arts. 
JULIANNE SHARTZER . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . "Jay" . . . 
Sigma Psi; A.A.; Bit and Spur; Dance League; Romance 
Language; Y.W.C.A. 

ANNE SHAVER . . . Lexington, Ky Delta Alpha; A.A.; 

Beta Club; Jet Maskers; Samovar; Y.W.C.A. 



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DOROTHY ANN TREHERNE . . . Atmore, Ala. . . . -'Little Bit" . . . Sigma Psi; AA.; Bit 
and Spur; Jet Maskers; Y.W.CA. 

MARGARET ANNE WYSE . . . Lexington, Ky. . . . Delta Alpha; Bit and Spur; Glee Club; 
Jet Maskers. 

MARY ANN GILLIS . . . Biloxi, Miss. 

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ELSA ENDARA 
CLARE ADAMS 
KATSY MULLENDORE 



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First Row: Gretchen Andrews, Elsa Audrieth, Judy 
Belt, Luanne Brady, Sibyl Branch, Samma Brown, 
Sherrill Bryan, Loring Campbell, Ann Campbell, 
Mireille Clark, Kay Cleff. 

Second Row: Barbara Coffey, Susan Conway. Rose 
Cook, Joanna Dodson, Barbara Dumble, Bettye 
Edgil, Elsa Endara, Sharon Evilsizer, Judy Fitz- 
gerald, Mary Lee Flotte, Nancy Gammon. 

Third Row: Joanne Gent, Martha Gilbert, Zane 
Gilmore, Mary Ann Girling, Gene Graham, Carroll 
Greenleaf, Phyllis Haddix, Judi Harris, Hilda Hill. 
Judy Hollensworth, Sandra Jolly. 

Fourth Row: Judy Kimmel, Dixie King, Carolyn 
Koehler, Cathie Land. Lucinda Ledgerwood, Fran- 



ces Lee, Mary Lea Loxley, Marianne Maguire, 
Molly Manley, Sherry McCracken, Linda McRae. 

Fifth Row: Judy Montaldo. Wanda Newell, Doro- 
thy Orme, Rosa Palau, Mikey Parkhurst, Nancy 
Pitman. Pat Price, Raymond Pyott, Suzanne Rech- 
steiner, Sheri Richard, Jeanie Robinson. 

Sixth Row: Nancy Rockwell, Joy Rosenau, Carolyn 
Rowley, Jane Sanders. Sue Saufley, Anne Shaver, 
Anne Stout, Ann Sullivan, Doris Sunseri, Jody 
Thompson, Rosie Thompson. 

Seventh Row: Bette Van Pelt, Lynne Ventulett, 
Sandy White, Martha Wilburn, Sue Wilson, Betty 
Wood, Jeanne Wood, Margaret Ann Wyse, Marion 
Yeaman. 

Not Pictured: Novice Bamett, Judith Woods. 



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OFFICERS 

Bette Van Pelt President 

Roselyn Thompson Vice President 

Elsa Endar a Secretary 

Judy Montaldo Treasurer 

Cathie Land Chaplain 

Miss Marjorie Kircher Sponsor 

"The Princess Who Wouldn't Smile" — mony . . . The climax of Rat Week activi- 
The theme for Delta Alpha's rush skit . . . ties — Rat Picnic on the beach . . . Songs 
Bids from Delta Alpha invoking smiles around a bonfire on the beach . . . Pres- 
from the princess and later from the ents for the maids at Christmas . . . Con- 
pledges . . . An impressive initiation cere- tributing to the Community Chest. 



Left t<> Right: Thompson, Land, Montaldo, Van 

Pelt. 



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First Row: Anna Lake Adams, Travis Alexander. 
Jean Atchley. Martha Atkins, Sharon Barber, Jane 
Barrow, Harriet Beason. Beverly Bell. Margot Bell. 
Barbara Bentley, Sara Bogy. 

Second Row: Judy Bradwell, Betty Briner. Barbara 
Browne, Sally Brownell. Janie Cointment, Susie 
Cooley, Eleanor Dye, Sara Easley, Lynn Evans. 
Hazel Ford, Vickie Foreman. 

Third Row: Jahrea Friedman, Virginia Gee, Anita 
Getman. Sandie Giltner. Betty Jean Glenn, Mary- 
leeann Hall, Marcie Hill, Judy Hitchcock, Heidi 
Holt, Carolyn Howard. Pat Hudson. 
Fourth Row: Shirley Hulcher, Suzanne Jackson. 
Marcia Jencks, Alice Jones, Linda Lawrence, Bar- 



bara Lindsay, Elaine Little, Virginia Littrell. Millie 
Logan, Joan Long, Eloise Maddox. 

Fifth Row: Camilla Maloney, Celia Martin. Nancv 
McBryde, Tony Mercer, Nancy Merritt, Joan Mills. 
Sue Mueller, Katsy Mullendore. Karen Neubacher. 
Dolly Oberwarth, Line Otey. 

Sixth Row: Annabel Pagan. Ann Patton. Gaye 
Prutsman. Joan Raines. Jackie Rhea. Mary Rhodes. 
Margaret Ritter. Barbara Ruettinger. Cathy Rupert. 
Jane Ryan, Millicent Sample. 

Seventh Row: Mayra Samudio. Sally Schillinger. 
Suzette Schwing. Mary Sebastian. Susan Shane. 
Sybil Smith, Frances Stillwell. Julia Terry, June 
Webb, Betty Fay Wellan. Pat White. 

Not Pictured: Elaine Koury. Jean Laughlin. 



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OFFICERS 

Barbara Browne President 

Gaye Prutsman Vice President 

Karen Neubacher Secretary 

Frances Stillwell Treasurer 

Lynn Evans Chaplain 

Miss Jeanette Brock Sponsor 



Entertainment by Peter Pan and his friends 
from "'Never-Never Land" at this year's 
rush parties ... A friendly clasp of hands 
welcoming each of thirty new pledges . . . 
Rat Week — Air raid! Rigor motris! . . . 
Receiving a red rose at initiation . . . Dec- 



orating the dining room for the annual Tri- 
Sorority Dance . . . Feasts on the beach 
. . . Singing Christmas carols around the 
tree in the smoker . . . Assisting the Com- 
munity Chest Drive. 



Left to Kiglit: Neubacher, Evans, Pruts- 
man, Stillwell, Miss Brock, Browne. 



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First Row: Clare Adams, Mary Ann Allsbrook, Pat 
Alsop. Barbara Baird. Evelyn Barber, Becky Beck- 
ham. Jane Bettes, Pat Brown, Nanci Brown. Carol 
Burrell, Barbara Campbell. 

Second Row: Susan Campbell, Diann Christian, 
Virginia Coney, Ann Cremin, Carol Davis, Cindy 
Drake, Lida Elliott, Lucy Ann Eppes, Margaret 
Ewin, Judy Ferrara, Anne Ferrell. 
Third Row: Harriett Fleming, Sally Gaffey, Lucy 
Giles, Beverly Gratigny. Alison Gray, Harriet Hall. 
Sally Head, Sue Hencke, Suzanne Howard, Cathy 
Hudson, Sara Jane Huffman. 

Fourth Row: Barbara Hughes, Kaye Johns, Morie 
Johnston. Nancy Jost, Sharon Kidwell, Ellen Kro- 
ner, Nancy Ladd, Lynn Lambert, Ann Leonard. 
Maggie Link, Josette Makowsky. 



Fifth Row: Marilyn Marrs. Jane McDannald. 
Margaret McGinley, Susan Meffert. Jeanie Monte. 
Sara Jo Morris. Ann Beth Mundell, Berry Myers. 
Viki Novey, Anne Parker, Judy Pegues. 
Sixth Row: Sallie Player, Nancy Pond. Charlotte 
Quirey, Lettie Jane Read. Lee Rixey. Angela Rod- 
riguez, Betsy Rouse. Dorothy Rutter, Libby Sal- 
mon. Finita Samudio, Pat Sandifer. 
Seventh Row: Barbara Schneider, Merle Scott. 
Gretchen Sehrt. Mary Ellen Selman. Jay Shartzer. 
Sandra Shaw, Loraine Short, Anne Smith. Doris 
Starling, Truly Stevens. Ann Treherne. 
Eighth Row: Laura Jo Turner. Jackie Villars. 
Mary Ann Waters, Sally Weatherford. Sharon 
Weeks, Ruth Wendel. 

Not Pictured: Celinda Coon, Kay Minor Fant. 
Susan Jones. 



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OFFICERS 

Marilyn Marrs President 

Laura Jo Turner Vice President 

Sharon Weeks Secretary 

Jeanie Monte Treasurer 

Virginia Coney Chaplain 

Miss Helen Picking Sponsor 



Offering memberships to new students in an 
intra-class organization by showing in the 
rush skit how Alice found happiness in the 
"Wonderland of Sigma Psi" . . . Formal 
initiation of pledges followed by the Tri- 



Sorority banquet . . . Talent program en- 
tertaining veterans . . . Awards at Gradu- 
ation to the Junior and the Freshman hold- 
ing the highest scholastic average. 



I,eft to Right: Weeks, Coney, Turner, 
Monte, Marrs, 



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Welcoming Committee — Standing: Mnl'endore, Ferrara, Campbell, Adams, Webb, Makovtsky, Evans, Dr. Cooke, Alsop, Yea 
man, Leonard, Marrs, Van Pelt, Thompson, Cleft". Prutsman. Suited: Jackson, Foreman, Kdgil, .Monte, Turner, Browne, Smith 

Ladd, Meffert, Hushes, Holt. 

J lie <^)tuacnt v — council 



One of the most vital parts of our college, each class 
being represented . . . Trying to fulfill the wishes of the 
students through weekly meetings made spicey by the 
kidding of its capable sponsor Dean Rine by Dr. Dwyer 
. . . Founders of the famed "Juicy Board" . . . Sponsors 
of the annual trip to "Huck" . . . Guides for the guests at 
Open House . . . Annual Faculty Christmas tea . . . 
Entertaining graduates during Alumnae Weekend ... In 
charge of the important committees — Social. Handbook. 
Dress Regulation, Bulletin Board. Dining Hall, Hostess, 
and Welcoming. 

Welcoming Committee — Meets trains, unpacks trunks, 
makes beds, straightens rooms, serves coffee, plans talent 
night, makes tags ... all in one short September week. 



Guides visitors on campus tours throughout the year. 

Dining Hall Committee — Plans seating arrangements 

decorates for banquets. 

Handbook Committee — Keeps handbook on rules ant 

regulations up-to-date. 

Social Committee — Plans Christmas dance, teas, ano 

receptions. 

Bulletin Board Committee — Decorates bulletin boards 

and keeps students informed of important events. 

Dress Regulations Committee — Decides on proper attir 

for special occasions. 

Hostess Committee — Receives college guests in receptioi 

room and notifies students. 



Seated 



OFFICERS AM) REPRESENTATIVES 

>fa: N'eiibaeher, Holt, Alsop, Ryan, Gee, Johns. Seated on floor: Bogy, Cleff, 



Lambert, Beckham, Kdgil. 





THE STUDENT COl N< II. TEA 

Left t» Right: Gee, Cleft', Holt, Neubacher, Also i>. Bogy, Beckham, Johns, Lambert, Ryan, Kdgil. 




OFFICERS 

Pat Alsop President 

Bettye Edgh Vice President 

Karen Neubacher Secretary 

Kay Cleff Senior Class President 

K^ye Johns Junior Class President 

Heidi Holt High School President 

Lynn Lambert Junior Class Representative 

Becky Beckham Junior Class Representative 

Jane Ryan Junior Class Representative 

Virginia Gee High School Representative 

Sara Bocy High School Representative 

Dean Julia Rine Sponsor 



Alumnae Weekend 



Committee Heads — Left to Rigrht: Adams, Prutsman, 
Hughes, Campbell, Seaman, 



Judiciary Board — Standing: Ryan, Cleft", Hughes, Wilson. 

Seated: Pitman, Marrs, Laurence, Holt, Maddux, Mrs. 

Lorster. 




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OFFICERS 

JUDY FERRAKA President 

Elsa Audrieth Vice President 

Virginia Coney Recording Secretary 

Nancy Ladd Corresponding Secretary 

Cathie Land Treasurer 

Martha Gilbert Chaplain 

Mr. Richard Campbell Sponsor 





It's Coke time 




The High School Scholastic Honor Societv 



Left to Bight: Coney, I. anil, Mr. Campbell, Ladd, Ferrara, 
iiilhert, Audreitli. 




High School scholastic honor society . . . 
Promoting good citizenship and encouraging 
other students in their studies . . . Membership 
highly prized . . . Two impressive initiation 
ceremonies ... A festive Christmas party . . . 
"Achievement. Character, and Citizenship" is 
llieir motto. 




Who shall »e send to the convention? 



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OFFICERS 

BARBARA Hughes President 

Pat Alsop Vice President 

Nancy Pitman Secretary 

Eleanor Dye Treasurer 

Patricia Briiwn Historian 

Marilyn Marrs Chaplain 

Mr. Edwin Webber Sponsor 

\)\-.\\ Willi \\i S uu.er Honorar) Sponsoi 



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The College Scholastic Honor Society 



The Two-Year Members 



National Junior College honorary scholastic 
fraternity . . . Delegates to the national conven- 
tion at Cameron Junior College. Lawton, Okla- 
homa . . . Candlelight initiation of students in 
the upper tenth of their classes . . . Co-spon- 
sored by Dean Sadler and Mr. Webber. 




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A record by which memorable events may be 
recalled . . . The secret identity of the provoca- 
tive Minnie Minchell . . . "Girls, our deadline 
is tomorrow at noon!" . . . Recalling old 
friendships through the Alumnae Neivs. 




How many pictures should we use? 




r<>i> Row: Thompson, Browne, (Jent, Marrs, Long", Barber, Briner, Turner, Richard. Bottom Row: Hankins, Weeks, Stillwell, 

Edgil, Hulcher. 



OFFICERS 



Frances Stillwell Editor 

Sheri Richard Assistant Editor 

Barbara Browne Literary Editor 

Sharon Weeks Art Editor 

Roselyn Thompson Fashion Editor 



Laura Jo Turner Society Editor 

Evelyn Barber Business Manager 

Shirley Hulcher ... .Assistant Business Manager 

Marilyn Marrs Music Editor 

Bettye Edgil Sports Editor 



Miss Lucille Crichton Sponsor 



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<_5ea K^jull 



The effort to produce a yearbook which will 
recall treasured memories in years to come . . . 
The suspense that surrounds the Sea Gull's 
theme and dedication . . . "Will the officers and 
sponsor of the following clubs meet after lunch 
for pictures?" 



Will we ever finish it? 




Counter-clockwise From Feft : Gammon, Jliss Schreiher, Glenn, Rosenau, Ferrara, Mulleiulore, Dye, Hughes, Makowsky, 

Smith, Beckham, Alsop, Lawrence, Adams. 



OFFICERS 



Eleanor Dye Editor 

Barbara Hughes 4ssistant Editor 

Gaye Prutsman Literary Editor 

Betty Jean Glenn Club Editor 

Josette Makowsky Sports Editor 

Pat Alsop Business Manager 

Becky Beckham Assistant Business Manager 

Sybil Smith Typist 

Miss Ruth Schrieber 



June Webb Advertising Manager 

Suzanne Howard . .Assistant Advertising Manager 

Judy Ferrara Assistant Club Manager 

Linda Lawrence Assistant Literary Editor 

Katsy Mullendore . . . .Assistant Sports Manager 
Nanci Gammon . .Assistant Photographic Manager 

Clare Adams Typist 

Joy Rosenau Typist 

Sponsor 



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OFFICERS 

Evelyn Barber President 

Nancy Ladd First Vice President 

Gaye Prutsman Treasurer 

Lynn Evans Recording Secretary 

Miss Helen Picking Sponsor 




The Little Foxes 




Standing:, Left to Right: .Miss Picking:, Prutsman, Starling", l.:i<l<l. Seated, Left to Hit; hi: Barber, Evans, 

Atkins. 



Wit-propelled play "Our Hearts Were 
Young and Gay" opening the season with a 
BANG! . . . Intent faces watching the pre- 
sentation of "The Little Foxes" . . . Gulf- 
port grade schools entertained by the chil- 
dren's comedy "The Sentimental Scare- 
crow" . . . Holiday-spirited crowd at the 
Christmas party amused by the one act farce 
"In the Suds" . . . Flappers swinging to 
the music of the Charleston at the "Gay 



Nineties" party . . . Saturday night mov- 
ies at the Y-Hut . . . Buses filled with an 
air of excitement as girls leave for New 
Orleans to see Little Theater productions or 
the professional production Pa jama Game 
. . . Awards presented to the best Senior, 
Junior and High School actresses and to the 
person contributing the most in all-round 
capacity. 



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Our Hearts 





Left to Right: Mullendore, Meffert, Van Pelt, 
Weeks. 



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OFFICERS 

Bette Van Pelt President 

Susan Meffert First Vice President 

Katsy Mullendore Second Vice President 

Roselyn Thompson Secretary 

Sharon Weeks Treasurer 

Miss Josephine Earnest Sponsor 

Miss Helen Picking Sponsor 

Mrs. Sara Spindler Sponsor 




Y-Cabinct — Back Row: Browne, Cooley, Ferrara, Baird, Head, Player, Holt, Gratiguy, McGinley, Miss Earnest, Hollens- 
worth, Beckham, Marrs, Hughes. Front Bow: Van l'elt, Meffert, Weeks, Monte, Turner, Thompson, IVutsman. Mullendore. 



The Y-Hut exploding with sounds of 
laughter and the music of the jukebox . . . 
Girls sitting before a blazing fire with laps 
piled high with food . . . Spinney's piano- 
playing . . . Ping-pong . . . Dates on week- 
ends . . . Sleepy-eyed girls leaving for the 



hospital at eight o'clock Monday morning 
for volunteer work . . . Student Direc- 
tories . . . Chapel programs — inspirations 
to begin the day . . . "Bedtime Thoughts" 
— inspirations to end the day. 



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L.eft to Right: Miss Kirclier, Miss Northrop, Long, Richard, Endara, AVeeks. 



OFFICERS 

Sheri Richard President 

Elsa Endara Secretary 

Sharon Weeks Treasurer 

Miss Marjorie Kircher Sponsor 

Miss Christine Northrop Sponsor 



Water colors, oil paintings, and costume de- 
signs gracing the walls of the newly constructed 
Art Studio . . . Decorations for dances and 
parties held in the auditorium . . . Designing 
hackdrops and scenery . . . Suppers on the 
beach . . . The gay Christmas party . . . The 
Spring Art Exhibit. 



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OFFICERS 

Roselyn Thompson President 

Dorothy Rutter Vice President 

Barbara Baird Secretary 

Jeanie Monte Treasurer 

Hilda Hill Program Chairman 

Miss Cecil Ramsay Sponsor 

Mrs. Patricia Stone Sponsor 



The smell of tempting dishes and the buzz of 
sewing machines from the Home Economics Lab 
. . . Weeks of preparing "Goodies" for the 
Christmas Party . . . Annual trip to New Or- 
leans . . . Altering costumes for play produc- 
tions and for May Festival. 



Left to Right: Baird, Monte, Hill, Thompson. 





Left to Kijjlit: Leonard, Captain DeJaive, Foreman, Brown, Hencke, Hug-lies, Prutsman. 



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OFFICERS 

Patricia Brown President 

Sue Hencke French Vice President 

Gaye Prutsman Spanish Vice President 

Ann Leonard Secretary 

Barbara Hughes College Treasurer 

Vickie Foreman High School Treasurer 

Captain Edmond De Jaive Sponsor 



"Captain" with his familiar pipe and ready 
wit . . . Christmas banquet in the Y-Hut . . . 
Pan American Day . . . Forget the cosmopoli- 
tan air strived for by all? . . . Mai! Nunca! 
Jamais! 



OFFICERS 

Evelyn Barber President 

Alice Jones Vice President 

Doris Starlinc Secretary 

Betsy Rouse Treasurer 

Dean William Sadler Sponsor 

An organization for Gulf Park day students 
. . . Lunches in the Y-Hut . . . Arguments over 
Parliamentary Procedure . . . "What's behind 
the Green Door?" . . . The Christmas Banquet. 



The Coast Club and Their Sponsor 




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Arabesque! 



Tour jete! . . . Porte de bras! 



. . . Presenting an entertaining recital with the 
theme "At a Dance Recital Rehearsal" ... A 
trip to New Orleans during the spring to see 
"Ballet Russe" . . . Parties throughout the year 
. . . Composing routines for May Day Festival. 




The Dance Recital 




Left to Right: 1'itmnn, Butter, Richard, W«-I>l>. Mi*s Archer. 



OFFICERS 

Dorothy Rutter President 

Sheri Richard Vice President 

Nancy Pitman Secretary 

June Webb Treasurer 

Miss Dorothy Archer Sponsor 

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The Christinas Program 



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Miss Neri with her vitality, pep, and vigor . . . 
Trips to the Buena Vista . . . '"Stretch and 
yawn, that's it!" . . . Practices on Wednesday 
and Friday mornings . . . "Girls, there will be 
an extra practice Monday morning at 9:30" . . . 
Delightful programs — the Christmas and the 
Spring concerts — at the end of hard practice. 




The Glee Ouh under the direction of Miss Neri 



OFFICERS 

Pat Brown President 

Dorothy Rutter Secretary 

Marilyn Marrs Treasurer 

Frances Stillwell Sgt.-at-Arms 

Molly Manley Librarian 

Jeannie Robinson Librarian 

Miss Josephine Neri Director 



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Gulf Park's future members of the business 
world . . . Volunteering service for business 
problems of the various clubs on campus . . . 
Christmas Banquet in the Y-HUT . . . Water- 
melon feasts at the end of the pier . . . Trip to 
New Orleans for students taking Merchandising 
. . . Devouring pies at the "Pie Cutting" . . . 
Sponsors of the Annual Spring Fashion Show. 




Afternoon: Ann Beth Mumlel. 



Evening:: l.iihi Elliott. 




Left to Right: King, Jackson, Smith, Miss Brock, Endara. 

OFFICERS 

Elsa Endara President 

Sybil Smith Vice President 

Dixie King Secretary 

Suzanne Jackson Treasurer 

Miss Jeanette Brock Sponsor 

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Miss Gulf Park 



Before Dawn: Samma Brown 



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The many hours spent by the volunteer models 
to acquire the proper walk, stance, and poise . . . 
Trips to such stores as Northrop's, M. Sallom's. 
and Brumfield's of Gulfport, and Godchaux's, 
Mayer Israel's, and Kreeger's. of New Orleans, to 
select outstanding fashions . . . Organization of 
the show by the sponsor — the Secretarial Science 



Club, and Miss Brock . . . Students from 
Latin America modeling lovely originals by well- 
known designers of their countries . . . Miss 
Neri beautifully singing several selections . . . 
The climax of the show — the presentation of Miss 
Gulf Park, Pat Alsop. 



Evening: MuUendore, Richard, Burrell, Shaver, Marrs 







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Intensified activities have been a part of 
the simplification of life. 




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"Let ball!" . . . "Sticks!" . . . "Strike three — You're 
out ! " . . . The Athletic Association is one of the most 
active groups on Gulf Park Campus. It is through this 
association that girls at Gulf Park acquire good sports- 
manship and interest in extracurricular activities. 

His Majesty the Goat, representing ability and sports- 
manship, is the trophy awarded to the class victorious in 



the individual sports — volleyball, sailing, hockey, basket- 
ball, softball, swimming — and also in "Sing-Song." The 
organization sponsors over-night trips to Huckelberry 
Hill, the Mardi Gras Ball, and beach parties. This year 
the Athletic Association worked diligently revising the 
form of its constitution to benefit future members. 



OFFICERS AM) BOARD MEMBERS 

Back Hon : Montaltlo, Mefl'ert, Land, Villars, Howard, Fitzgerald, Mullendore, Miss Morrison, Neubavlier. 

Front Row: Clark, Player, King:, Barrow, Makowsk.v. 







Who missed the hall? 



A point for our side! 




OFFICERS 

Josette Makowsky President 

Jane Barrow Vice President 

Dixie King Secretary 

Suzanne Howard Treasurer 

Miss Jane Morrison Sponsor 

Class Representatives 

Karen Neubacher Seniors 

Judy Fitzgerald Juniors 

Katsy Mullendore High School 



His Majesty the Goat 



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OFFICERS 

Judy Montaldo President 

Sue Miller Vice President 

Sally Player Secretary 

Eloise Maddox Treasurer 

Mrs. Jo Smith Sponsor 




Left to Right: Player, Montaldo, Mueller. 




Left to Right: Yenman, Cook, MeOraken, Orme, Montaldo, short, Selming, ('ointment, Gee, Kimmel, 
Fleming:, Holt, Player, Quirej, Getman, Mueller. 



The Aquettes — synonymous with "beauty 
of motion" . . . "What numbers practice 
today?" . . . "Don't lose your costumes, 
girls" . . . Hours of practice and concen- 
tration contributing to this year's theme, 



'The Circus" 



Land drills . . . Per- 



formances at various hotels along the coast 



The Water Ballet — one of the out- 



standing events of Graduation Weekend. 



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The Christmas Party 



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OFFICERS 

Susan Meffert President 

Lynn Evans Vice President 

Bkttye Edcil Secretary 

Jeanie Monte Treasurer 

Miss Bonnie Sharp Sponsor 




Left to Right: Monte, Meffert, Miss Sharp, Evans, Edgil 



For all of those who love to ride ... A 
trip to the Dixie Jubilee Horse Show in 
Baton Rouge . . . Sunday rides on the 
beach and back roads . . . We won some 
ribbons at the horse show in Mobile . . . 
The D' Iberville Horse Show was unique 
. . . Christmas party for the horses . . . 
Before-breakfast practices for Gymkhana- 
Mardi Gras was our theme . . . Overnight 



rides to Huckelberry Hill . . 

horse show in New Orleans 

ing various horse shows in 

towns . . . Our own spring 

with its beautiful trophies . . . 

willingness to give up her extra time for 

horse shows, trail rides, and other activities 

... A year of fun on horseback. 



The spring 

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surrounding 

horse show 

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THE ENTRANCE OF THE MASKERS 



Volleyball 



On October 29, 30, and 31, two hundred spec- 
tators witnessed the victorious Junior Class in 
the volleyball tournament. In the first game of 
the series, the High School, captained by Cathy 
Land, defeated the Juniors. High School team 
members were Marion Yeaman. Vickie Foreman. 
Raymond Pyott, Sue Wilson, Ann Sullivan, Mar- 
tha Gilbert. Suzanne Howard. Katsy Mullendore, 
and Jane McDannald. On the following day the 
Junior Class team, captained by Dixie King, with 
team members. Sally Player, Jody Thompson, 




'Get it over!" 




THE JUNIOR TEAM 

Standing:: Orme, More, Quirey, Reynolds, Kinn, Rechsteiner, Mueller, Rixey, Kneeling 

son, Rhea, Villars, Schillinger, Merritt. 



an exciting game ! 




Player, Tliomp- 



Jackie Rhea. Jackie Villars, Sally Schillinger. 
Nancy Merritt, Dorothy Orme. Judy Moore. 
Charlotte Quiery, Bobbye Kay Reynolds, Su- 
zanne Rechsteiner, Sue Mueller, and Lee Rixie, 
encountered the Senior team. After a most excit- 
ing exhibition, the Juniors emerged the victors. 
The Senior team consisted of Judy Montaldo — 
captain. Susan Meffert. Barb Brown. Kay Cleff. 
Karen Neubacher. Jeanie Monte. Clare Adams. 
Carolyn Howard. Betty Wood. Joy Rosenau, and 
Josette Makowsky. On the third and final day of 
the tournament the High School was defeated by 
the Junior Class, whose cries of victory could be 
heard throughout the campus. 





The start of a race 



Who's going to win? 



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Blue skies, a brisk wind, 
and the shouts of pep songs 
contributed to the excitement 
of the annual sailing races 
held this year on November 
11. The first race began with 
much enthusiasm. The High 
School sailing team, including 
Susie Cooley. skipper. Heidi 
Holt, and Suzette Schwing. 
had little trouble winning the 
first race, since both the Jun- 
ior and the Senior teams were 
disqualified for running into 
markers. 

The Senior team, consisting 
of skipper Nanci Brown, Mar- 
garet Ritter, and Barbara 
Browne, and the Junior team, 
Frances Lee, skipper. Mirelle 
Clark, and Jackie Villars, lost 
again to the High School team 
in the second race. The High 
School was indeed proud to 
claim His Majesty, the Goat. 



The High Sehool: Schwing, Cooley, Holt 




The Seniors 





The Juniors accepting the goat 



SINGSONG 



The High School 



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One of the most beautiful and enjoyable, but 
yet one of the most competitive activities on the 
Gulf Park campus is Sing-Song. Each class is 
judged on performance, dress, and uniformity. 
The victorious group is chosen by off-campus 
judges. The three classes showed excellent sports- 
manship, skill, and poise as they sang their beau- 
tiful alma maters and pep songs. 

The Junior Class, under the direction of Bev- 
erly Gratigny. marched onto the stage wearing 
white blouses and dark skirts. After the Junior 
Class sang their old and new alma maters, they 
finished with a lively pep song. 

The Seniors then ascended the stage dressed 
in black skirts, black sweaters, black loafers, and 



Gulf Park blazers. They held their Senior caps 
in their right hands and sang the alma maters 
and pep song under the direction of Marilyn 
Marrs. 

The High School, in black sweaters and skirts 
with a small white collar, walked on stage with 
their cheerleaders dressed in the High School 
colors of red and white. 

Each class blended their voices in beatuiful 
harmony. The decision as to which class was best 
was one of the most difficult decisions ever made 
for this activity. After a very long debate, the 
judges reached a decision and presented His 
Majesty the Goat to the Junior Class. 



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On January 26, 29, and 30, the Hockey Tournament 
was held. Never was there so much enthusiasm on the 
part of the student hody as each team displayed excel- 
lent sportsmanship, ability, and spirit during all three 
games. The first game was between the Senior team — 
Captain Susan Meffert, and players, Karen Neubacher, 
Judy Montaldo, Barbara Browne, Eleanor Dye, Kay Cleff, 
Carolyn Howard, Sybil Smith, Barbara Ruettinger, Mary 
Lea Loxley, Betty Wood, and Josette Makowsky — and the 
Junior team — Captain Mirelle Clark, and players Sally 
Head, Harriett Flemming, Ellen Kroner, Sally Player, 
Judy Bradwell, Suzanne Rechsteiner, Jackie Villars, 
Sherry McCraken, Judy Fitzgerald, Dixie King, and 




A close and exciting game 




THE JUNIOR TEAM 

Rechsteiner, Villars, MoCracken, Fitzgerald, Kin;;', Magruire. Kneeling: 

Brownell. 



Head, Fleming', (lark, Kroner, Flayer, 



Who will get the hall? 




Marianne McGuire. After a long but exciting game the 
Junior Class was victorious by score of 3-1. 

On the second day of the tournament the Seniors once 
again played, this time against the High School forces — 
Captain Sue Wilson, and players, Cathie Land. Ann 
Cremin, Anita Getman, Katsy Mullendore, Judi Harris, 
Judy Bradwell, Suzette Schwing, Carroll Greenleaf. 
Carolyn Koehler, and Joanie Mills. The Seniors swamped 
the High School team by a score of 7-0. 

The third and final game was by far the most exciting. 
Both the Seniors and the Juniors were set to win his 
Majesty the Goat, but at the end of the second half the 
Junior team was victorious by a score of 5-0. 



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The Basketball Tournament was held 
on March 14 and 15 between the Seniors 
and the High School. As the two teams 
started to play, cheers for both sides 
could be heard all over the campus. Judy 
Montaldo led the Senior forces with 
Barbara Browne. Betty Jean Glenn, Su- 
san Meffert. Joy Rosenau, Barbara Ruet- 
tinger, Frances Stillwell, and Betty 
Wood. Ann Sullivan and her teammates 
Suzanne Howard, Pat Hudson, Cathie 
Land. Jean Laughlin, Katsy Mullendore, 
Cathy Rupert, and Jean Wood led the 
High School on to victory as they won 
two consecutive games. The Red and 
White proudly accepted His Majesty the 
Goat as a symbol of their victory. 



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HOGUE LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. 

Incorporated 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL 

Lumber and Building Materials 
♦ ♦ ♦ 



GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 
BILOXI, MISSISSIPPI 



Yards Operated 



JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 
CARTHAGE, MISSISSIPPI 



HUBER 



Aeweier5 



2419 FOURTEENTH STREET, GULFPORT, MISS. 
Phone 679 



SNEED INSURANCE AGENCY 

MITT EVANS HENRY SNEED 

Telephone 5603-04 

2314 14th Street Gulf port 



Phone 3705 



JDcwrdtA 

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'Flowers and Ornamentals for any Occasion" 




1614 25th Avenue 



VINCENT A. DAURO. B.S. 
Graduate Horticulturist 

GULFPORT, MISS. 



We Proudly Display & Highly 

Recommend Items of Stationery 

Manufactured by 

the lElbrftg? CO 

Etchings and Engravings on 
Fine Stationery 

Specializing in the University Field 

4334 San Fernando Road 
GLENDALE 4, CALIFORNIA 



WE BUY OUR BLAZERS 
FROM 

SYLVIA PUTZIGER-BLAZERS 

140 West 57th Street 
NEW YORK 19, N.Y. 



Compliments of 
ELLIS SALLOUM DEPARTMENT STORE 

Phone 1226 
Fourteenth St. Gulfport, Miss. 



MONTELL STUDIOS 

Photography in All Its Phases 



Edgewater Gulf Hotel Edgewater Park, Mi 



GULF NATIONAL BANK 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 
Federal Reserve System — Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 

Only National Bank on Mississippi Gulf Coast 



Extends 

GREETINGS 

To 

GULF PARK COLLEGE 



COMPLIMENTS 


! OF 


GLASS TAXI CO. 


Radio Dispatched 


Phone 4000 


23rd Avenue Gulfport 



MARINE LIFE 

"Wonders of the Sea" 



GULFPORT, MISS. 



West Side Yacht Harbor 



PALMER 
INSURANCE AGENCY 



Hetten Building 
Suite 313 



PHONE 82 



GULFPORT, MISS. 



DEEDY'S DRESS SHOP 



West Beach 
BILOXI, MISS. 
Phone 2-1212 



GULF PAINT & GLASS CO., 


Inc. 


GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 




Paints, Varnishes 




Wall Paper and Glass 




WE SERVE GULF PARK— WHY 




NOT YOU? 




PHONE 522 





BRANDON 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

Incorporated 

INSURANCE AND BONDS 



PHONE 1313 



GULFPORT, MISS. 



GREETINGS TO GULF PARK 

JACKSON AND TAYLOR 

ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 

Automobile, Fire, Personal Accident 
and Hospitalization 

Representing 
THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANIES 

412 Hancock Bank Bldg. 



Telephone 46 



Gulfport, Miss. 



REED'S 



"The Fashion Post" 



Phone I 160 



1301 26th Avenue 



Gulfport, Miss. 



STEWART-SNEED-HEWES 

Incorporated 

INSURANCE AND BONDS 

Insure and Be Sure 

I4I4-B 25th Ave. Phone 170 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



LORAINE FLOWER SHOPS 

"Coast's Leading Florist for Three 
Generations" 



GULFPORT 
PHONE 2206 



PASS CHRISTIAN 
PHONE 234 



BAY ST. LOUIS 
PHONE 65 

Free Delivery To All Parts Of Coast 

BILL ADAMS JR., Proprietor 



M. SALLOUM DEPT. STORE 



Best of Everything for the Entire Family 



CORNER OF 26TH AVE. AND I4TH ST. 



PHONES 673—169 



From 




Gulf Park College 



comes our 



Carriage trade 



Since 1865 . . . it has been 
Kreeger's for fashions 

of distinction 
Canal at Bourbon 



( 


EDWARD 


DON & 


COMPANY 




Supplies 


Furnishings & 


Equipment 


For 


Institutions, 


Hospitals, Schoo 


s, Soda Fountains, 


Hotels, Motels, 


Clubs, Restaurar 


ts, Cafes, Taverns 




W. 


H. "BILL" GALLOWAY 




Dist 


ict Sales Representative 


2326 Edgewood 




Baton Rouge, La. 






Phone 2-6427 





Compliments of 

HANCOCK INSURANCE 
AGENCY, INC. 

INSURANCE IN ALL ITS 
BRANCHES 

Fire, Casualty, Fidelity, Tornado, Bonds 

MARGARET H. SHADOIN. Manager 



Phone 933 



I 12 Main Street 
Hancock Bank Bldg. 



BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. 



With Our Compliments to 
Gulf Park College 

Whom Wo Have the Pleasure of Serving 



H. T. COTTAM COMPANY 

Wholesale Grocers 



PHONE 181 - 182 



GULFPORT, MISS. 



THE OFFICE SUPPLY 
COMPANY 



2505 14th Street 



Phone 1081 



STATIONERY — GREETING CARDS 
GIFTS 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



THE CHAS. H. PHILLIPS CO. DIVISION 



OF 



STERLING DRUG, INC 

Phone 2600 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



IF IT'S IN THE DRUG LINE . . . 




D A Y'S 






HAS IT! 


DAY DRUG COMPANY 




Phone 1 1 


Gulfport 



FRANK'S PLACE 

FOR FRUITS AND PRODUCE 
OYSTERS IN SEASON 

Phone 9140 

"We Serve Gulf Park College— Let Us 
Serve You" 



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conomize 



BE-WISE 
FOOD STORES 

12 1 7 25th Avenue 



Your best investment for the future is GOOD HEALTH. For health, 
a long happy life and beauty, drink Borden's milk regularly. 

Nothing is more refreshing and nourishing than Borden's smooth ice 
cream and sherbet. It's so wholesome, pure, and good. 



Homogenized Vitamine D Milk 

Lady Borden Ice Cream 

Remember — If It's BORDEN'S It's Got To Be Good 

SERVING SOUTH MISSISSIPPI 

Phone Biloxi Dial IDIewood 2-7856 



THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE 

HOLMES 



New Orleans' Quality Department Store 



Congratulations to the '57 graduates 

from Gulf Hills Dude Ranch and 

Country Club 




May we remind you that in one-half 
hour's driving time from Gulf Park Col- 
lege is located the South's most com- 
plete resort. 
We cordially invite all of the Gulf 
Park families to supplement their next 
visit to the Gulf Park College with a 
stay at Gulf Hills Dude Ranch. 



SOUTHERN 
SPECIALTY SALES CO., INC. 

LAWN MOWERS 
OUTBOARD MOTORS 

617 N. Broad Ave. New Orleans, La. 

Phone GAIvez 7876 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

MISSISSIPPI ABSTRACT TILE 
& GUARANTY COMPANY 



Phone 197 



Gulfport, Miss. 



ART SUPPLIES AND ART GIFTS 

tbuAe c$ the fittUU 

Right on Highway 90 

Telephone 2-8818 

331 I W. Beach Blvd. Biloxi, Miss. 



GULFPORT PRINTING 
COMPANY 

MRS. RALPH E. BRASH, Manager 

SPECIAL COLOR WORK 

SCHOOL AND COLLEGE PRINTERS 

EMBOSSED AND ENGRAVED 

STATIONERY 



Phone 789 



Gulfport, Miss. 



CROOK & EMERSON 

Certified Public Accountants 

Threefoot Building 
MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS OF 




MISSISSIPPI 


POWER 


CO. 


To Gulf Pari College w 


horn we have th< 


> privilege 


of 


serving 





PARK AND EAT 


AT 


SIMMONS DRIVE IN 


Highway 90 at Gulfport 


"Happy Eatin' " 





JOSEPH K. 


FASOLD 






JEWELER 






Fine Jewelry 


Since 1917 




2412 


14th Street 


Gi 


ilfport 



P. O. Box 753 



Phone 5700 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

HARDY'S INDEPENDENT 
MEATS 

R. H. HARDY, Prop. 
Hotel — Restaurant — institution 

29th AVENUE— GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



GET IT FROM 


SMITH-TODD HARDWARE CO. 


GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 


Phone 81 



MARINELLO BEAUTY 
SHOPPE 

Fisher Building Next to Northrop's Gulfport 



Compliments of 

E. T. RIEMANN 



ALAMO PLAZA HOTEL COURTS 
AND RESTAURANT 

NEW — MODERN — DISTINCTIVE 
Telephones and Tile Baths 

P.O. Box 433 Phone 3970 

ROBT. O. SMITH, Mgr. Gulfport, Mississippi 







BIRD 


FIRE 


AND 


SAFETY SERVICE 


Route 2 








Sulfport, 


Miss. 








Phone 


3737 


If no 


answer Phone 


Idlewood 2-2280 



ZOLLMAN'S 
MUSIC & RADIO SHOP 

1307 26th Avenue 
GULFPORT, MISS. 

Record Players — Records — Radios 

Phone I 12 



GULFPORT QUICKFREEZE COMPANY 

Producers ^>y^ /> . .-*g^ Distributors 

Seafoods ^^M^MBMBMM^Frozen Foods 

1411 28th Ave. Tel. 2069 P.O. Box 168 

Gulfport, Mississippi 



CENTRAL PAPER COMPANY 

Phone 926 and 5692 
Post Office Box 363 

17th St. and 26th Ave. Gulfport, Miss. 



THE 

DIXIE PRESS 

Engraved Calling Cards 
Invitations — Informals 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



JAY-JAY MOTOR COMPANY 



CH6VP0LST 




GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 
Phone 4876 




Drink 




cm 




Bottl* 



in Dottles 



COAST COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 



Telephone 374 



29th Ave. and 13th St. 



GULFPORT 




J. C. CLOWER FURNITURE CO. 

"The Furniture Men" 

FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



STONE ICE CREAM COMPANY 

Phone 1755 2223 Fourteenth St. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



PAINE SUPPLY CO. 

PIPE — VALVES — FITTINGS 

PLUMBING, HEATING AND WELL SUPPLIES 



21st Street at I.CR.R. 

Phone 3866 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



Distributors of 

Kohler and American Standard 

Plumbing Fixtures 



GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



Distributors of 

Fairbanks- Morse and 

McDonald Pumps 



KOURY'S 

MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR 
EXCLUSIVELY 

Phone 223 

SULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



Compliments of 

BUTLER AND BARRETT 
INSURANCE 



Gulfport, Miss. 



Phone 128 



Compliments of 

E. A. LANG 

PASS CHRISTIAN, MISS. 



Insur 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



A FRIEND 



Realtor 



DEPENDABILITY 


COUNTS 


in School, 


in business . . . 


and 


in natural 


gas service, too! 


UNITED GAS 


SCRVIM THE ^^^(^JfeSSt^ 



WELCOME TO GULFPORT 

AND THE 
MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST 

May Your Stay Here Be Pleasant 
and Profitable 

GULFPORT CHAMBER OF 
COMMERCE 



NES BRDS. 




DRUG COMPANY 



^Jhe An exalt ~3/< 



ore 



Gulfport, Mississippi 



Phones 13D, 131 



for coffee 

ENJOYMENT 



If you like pure, light roast, 
'Northern Coffee," you are 

sure to like Alameda 



PRESSURE-PACKED 



COFFEE 




MERCHANTS COFFEE COMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS, LTD. 

201 TCHOUPITOlfLAS STREET 
Scientific Blenders of High Grade Coffees for 55 Years 



GULF PARK 
COLLEGE 

BY-THE-SEA 

A Fully Accredited Junior College for Girls 

Outdoor Life the Year Round 

Delightful Surroundings and Climate on the 
Beautiful Mississippi Gulf Coast 

THE LIBERAL ARTS COURSE 

Comprises Two Years' College Work, 
in Addition to the High School 

Music, Art, Speech, Home Economics, Secre- 
tarial Science, Physical Education 

National Patronage, Limited Enrollment 

PRESIDENT WILLIAM G. DWYER 

Sulfport, Miss. 



ENGLISH VILLAGE TOURIST 
COTTAGES 

One Block East of Gulf Park 

Recommended and Patronized by Patrons of 

Gulf Park College 

PHONE 5588 



VAN PELT'S 



6454 48th Street 



BAYOU VIEW 



Everything in Ready-to-wear 





THE ELITE SHOPPE 




LADIES WEARING APPAREL 


j Phone 


414 2418 Fourteenth Street 




GULFPORT, MISS. 



Compliments of 




1409 26th Avenue 



Phone 3047 




Invites YOU 

to visit the Coast's most 

unusual gift and accessory shop 

YOUR HOSTESS— MARY JO STERNBERG 



Compliments of 

LERNER SHOPS 

2515 13th Street Gulfport, Miss. 



RCA VICTOR 

Television — Radios — Records 

Sales and Service 

OBERLIES 

2320 14th Street Gulfport, Miss. 

Phone 2221 




CHOOSE THE LEADER! 

PAN AMERICAN 
WORLD AIRWAYS 

World's Most Experienced Airline 

First on The Atlantic . . . The Pacific 

. . . In Latin America . . . 'Round the 

World. 



ANDERSON'S 

South Mississippi's Most Modern 
Men's Store 



DOBBS HATS INTERWOVEN SOCKS 

FLORSHEIM JANTZEN 

SHOES SOCIETY BRAND 

MANHATTAN CLOTHES 

SHIRTS 

If It's To Be Had In Men's Wear You Will 
Find 1+ At 

ANDERSON'S 

"Style Store of the Coast" 

Fourteenth Street Gulfport 



DAMERON-PMSON COMPANY 



LIMITED 



C*veruthina for Ljour \Jffice 



• Office Furniture 

• Files & Filing Supplies 

• Commercial Stationery 

• A. B. Dick Mimeographs Products 

• Blank Book Making 



• A. B. Dick Supplies 

• Printing 

• Lithographing 

• Engraving 



New Orleans 

400 Camp Street 



400 Camp Street 



Baton Rouge 

3170 Florida Blvd. 



It is our sincere wish that the school year 

1956-57 will ever be a part of your most 

cherished memories. 

LONG BEACH DRUG CO. 



We Deliver 



Phone 5601-5602 




Compliments of 
Mil 

TH£ //VZ-'M 

ORKIN EXTERMINATING CO., 
INC. 

World's Largest Pest Control Company 

UN 3-8422 
1404 E. Beach Mississippi City 



MAgnolia 281 I 



Since 1875 



THE LOUBAT GLASSWARE AND CORK 

COMPANY 

COMPLETE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES 
HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, INSTITUTIONS 

510-520 Bienville St. New Orleans, Louisiana 



AIR CONDITIONING 



Telephone in Every Room 

PHONE 744 



CATALINA MOTEL 

UJour ^rrost on the Ljiiif k^oast 

East Beach Boulevard 
Three Miles West of Gulf Park College 



GLADYS and G. W. GRIFFIN 

Owners - Managers 



U. S. Highway 90 



Pass Christian, Mississippi 




COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

SEVEN-UP BOTTLING 
COMPANY 

SAM ALMAN, Mgr. 




2818 25th Ave. 



GULFPORT 



JOHN SEXTON & CO. 

The National Chain 
Wholesale Grocers 

P. O. Box 4124 

Federal Annex 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



A 



round the clock 
with Sexton 




Every time the eloch lick 

Sexton Foods are being served 

to pleased guests 

with greater profit 



You are always welcome at 




y 



A Complete Shop for Women and Junior Misses 
If it is style and value you are looking for come to 




Gulfport's Quality Store 
We invite you to come in and open a charge account 



GULF PALMS 



HOTEL COURT & RESTAURANT 



East Beach Boulevard, Highway 90, 




Pass Christian, Miss. 

Where every guest has his 
own personal picture win- 
dow and private covered 
patio looking out over the 
swimming pool smiling an 
invitation in the sun . . . 
and where, if he wishes, 
simply by reaching for the 
phone he can have day 
and night service from the 
beautiful new and reason- 
ably priced, Gulf Palms 
Restaurant and Lounge. 

AAA 

Approved 

Phone 850 For 
Reservations 






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PHONE 4260 



PASS CHRISTIAN 
PHONE 73 



BAY ST. LOUIS 
PHONE 108 






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Facing the 
GULF OF MEXICO 



EDGEWATER GULF HOTEL 

One of the Finest Resort Hotels 

Midway Between Gulfport and Biloxi 

* Bicycling * Horseshoe Courts 

* Shuffleboard * Badminton Courts 

* Regulation Tennis Courts and Table 
Tennis 

* Artesian Water Swimming Pool and 
Children's Wading Pool 
* 18-Hole Championship Golf Course 
•Salt and Fresh Water Fishing 
* Children's Playground 
^Croquet // 0pen The year Around' 

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Edgewater Gulf Hotel, Edgewatcr Park, Miss, or Phone Gulfport 1270 




GULFPORT LAUNDRY & CLEANING CO. 

A Modern Up-to-Date Plant 

YOUR LAUNDRY, DRY CLEANING, DYEING, RUG CLEANING 
IS SAFE IN OUR HANDS 

We Store Rugs and Clothing 
WE SERVE GULF PARK COLLEGE 



1318-22 Thirtieth Avenue 



Phone 280 



Gulfport, Miss. 



THE YELLOW CAB 



COMPANY 

"We Serve Gulf Park College" 

ASK ABOUT U-DRIVE-IT SERVICE 



Phone 6000 
Two-Way Radio Service 



420 26th Avenue 



Gulfport, Miss. 



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U.S. 90 WEST BEACH 



BILOXI, MISS. 



Next Door to the Sun-n-Sand 



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YOUR MASTER HOST ON THE GULF COAST 






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Telephone ID 2-1551 



HOTEL COURT biloxi Mississippi 

Teletype 389 





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YOUR CHOICE OF 
HOTEL OR MOTEL 
ACCOMMODATIONS 




PINE LODGE COURT 
and RESTAURANT 



(2I/2 miles west of Gulf Park College) 



"THE GULF COAST'S FINEST" 







Watch for Arrow 


on 


Pier 






Mail Add 


•ess 








Phone 


Long 


Beach, 


Miss. 






Gi 


jlfport 3326 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



McGUIRE'S 
GULF SERVICE STATION 

1 3th Street & 30th Avenue 
GULFPORT, MISS. 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. 
RETAIL STORE 

GULFPORT, MISS. 

Phone UN 3-3431 

Biloxi, Miss. 

SERVICE STATION 

Gulfport, Mississippi 
Phone UN 3-3431 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

COAST FOOD DISTRIBUTORS 

1240 28th Street Gulfport, Miss. 

Phone 3398 



FOR REPRINTS OF PICTURES 
SHOWN IN THIS BOOK 

Contact 

BILL FENNELL 

College Photographer 

P. O. Box 1739 Phone UN 4-1976 

Long Beach, Miss. 



HOLIDAY INN 



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3 Miles West of Gulf Park College 
LONG BEACH, MISSISSIPPI 



72 Spacious Rooms, all with Tub and Shower Bath 

Horseback Riding • Planned Entertainment 

Telephone in Every Room— Coffee Shop 



BEN BASS, General Manager 



Phone 5100 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

ANGELO'S 

Nationally known for good foods. Recommended by Duncan Hines and Gulf Park Col- 
lege, West Beach, Gulfport, Mississippi. 



PIZZA PIE, ITALIAN SPAGHETTI, SEA FOOD 
PRIME STEAKS AND TAKE HOME SERVICE 



Member of the Diner's Club 



Air Conditioned 



YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME 
AT 

BRUMFIELD'S 

Walgreen Agency Drug Store 

Phone 702 



BROADWATER 


BEACH 


HOTEL 




Invites the Parents of Gulf Park Students to 


make The BROADWATER 


their Headquar- 


ters while on the 


Coast. 


HOTEL COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS 


Biloxi, Mississippi 


America's Finest 



We wish to express our sincere gratitude to the students, faculty and ad- 
ministration of Gulf Park College for the cooperation and help extended 

to us this year. 

Your Gulf Park Photographers 

DAVID AND ROBERT VOGT 

Gulfport Photo-Movie Service 

Phone UN 3-0153 Long Beach, Miss. 







COMPLIMENTS 

OF 






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M F 1 E 


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DEPARTMENT 


STORES 


PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI 
MOSS POINT, MISSISSIPPI 

Quality Department 


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BILOXI. MISSISSIPPI 
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